Focus Area:
Environmental Stewardship


During this 30 week program, Field Crew Members will serve in the field on “hitch” crews of their peers for periods of 11 days (10 service days with 1 day off). Hitches consist of high priority conservation projects with a focus on public lands access, visitor experience and safety, and recreation site protection such as erosion control and revegetation. NH Corps crews use traditional trail skills, restoration techniques, carpentry skills, and physical labor to complete an array of projects while camping for the duration of each project period. Locations for these service projects vary from frontcountry campgrounds to backcountry sites in the White Mountain National Forest and Great North Woods.

Start Date
April 4, 2022

End Date
October 27, 2022

Based Out of Bear Brook State Park

Position Responsibilities:

The main duties of the position include: Taking an active role as part of the programs residential community; Collaborating with your cohort to complete hitch projects, which may include - building bridges (native timber and lumber) rock work (staircases, stepping stones), cruising trails to address maintenance needs, building camping shelters and kiosks, constructing new trails, installing trail structures to limit erosion, backcountry site assessments, invasive species management, and historic preservation; Using chainsaws, carpentry and trail tools, rigging systems, and other equipment; Being a hitch leader and coordinate project details and on site logistics as needed; Willingness to learn, grow, and have fun!

Weekly Time Commitment

Length of Service
Full-Time (2-9 months)

Age Requirements

Education Requirements
High school diploma / GED

Contact Information

Contact Name: Zach Colatch
Phone: 603-485-2191


Organization Information

Student Conservation Association