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  • Friday, February 10, 2017 5:05 AM | Kevin Deiters (Administrator)
    Be sure to contact the Trail Tamers if your organization is interested in learning about building or maintaining hiking trails.  We offer an introductory sampler class, developed by the Pacific Crest Trail Association and U.S. Forest Service Trails Specialist John Schubert) is for people new to trail work who want an overview.

    One quarter of the class covers “how trails work,” i.e. basic trail design concepts; one quarter covers trail work safety protocols; one quarter covers hands-on brushing and hand-saw clearing; and one quarter covers hands-on drainage cleaning.

  • Wednesday, February 01, 2017 6:06 AM | Kevin Deiters (Administrator)

    Sixteen students attended the Introduction to Trail Maintenance class on February 11th that was hosted by St. Edwards University and taught by Trail Tamers Kevin Deiters and Vick Hines. 

  • Wednesday, March 11, 2015 7:33 AM | Anonymous

    Using the blog gadget, you can add a blog to your Wild Apricot site to provide timely updates and information to your membership.

    By using Recent blog posts, you can display a list of the most recent blog posts, with links to the full posts. The list will include the date of each post and the name of the poster – with the name linking to their profile if available.

    For instructions on inserting, moving, and deleting gadgets, see Gadgets.

  • Wednesday, March 11, 2015 6:36 AM | Anonymous

    You can create as many different blogs as you wish. You can limit access to a blog by placing it on a restricted page. If you make the page public, you can still use the blog gadget settings to control functionality for visitors and members.

    You can read more about setting up blogs on our Blog help page.

    If you are looking on more information on how to use blog, you can find it here.

  • Wednesday, March 11, 2015 5:37 AM | Anonymous

    This is another sample blog entry. Depending on your readers' access permissions, they can comment on your posts, and reply to comments.

    You can learn more about setting up blog pages on our Blog help page.

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