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Lightly on the Land: The SCA Trail Building and Maintenance Manual Paperback – July, 1996
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I'd disagree with the section on waterbars (not that it isn't a good description of a waterbar, I just don't find they work well/need too much maintenance), but other then that have pointed out this book to a lot of budding trail designers. The drawings are clear and so is the text. The index is good for when you need it as reference.
I look forward to wearing out this book and having to purchase another copy.
The local Department of Conservation Officer (the Deprtment of Consrvation inNew Zealand is responsible for maintaining the environment in about a quarter of this country and providing access where desirable and required)), was sufficiently impressed that he immediatly asked me to order another copy.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a great book, both for a conservation discussion, and for the person doing conservation work.Published 16 months ago by Howard Peer
A great book. I read it cover to cover and will be using it as reference for a long time to come.Published 20 months ago by Maxtax
Someone needs to make this fabulous book into a movie. The author, the esteemed Bob Birkby from Iowa, is a Trail Whisperer.Published on October 18, 2012 by Harry SevenEagles
ITEM RECEIVED IN RECORD TIME. THIS BOOK IS EXACTLY AS DESCRIBED. IT WAS HELPFUL AND INFORMATIVE AND WILL SERVE ME WELL OVER THE YEARS.Published on August 25, 2012 by feelings36
Well written book that helped me understand all the things to consider when building trails. Made me aware of the work that goes into a good trail. Read morePublished on April 6, 2012 by Silent Traveler