ADVISORY COUNCIL MEMBERS HELP BUILD TRAILS

Members of the Northeast California Resource Advisory Council convened in the field Saturday, Sept. 27 to help build a hiking trail at the north shore of Eagle Lake, north of Susanville. It was the second year that the RAC has worked on the trail that serves local residents and visitors. On Saturday, the group built a trail segment that will eventually link with the trail the group started two years ago.

RAC member Martin Balding uses a pry bar as Chairman Lee Chauvet helps to move a rock
(above) RAC member Martin Balding uses a pry bar as Chairman Lee Chauvet helps to move a rock during the RAC's trail construction project Saturday, Sept. 27.

(below) From left, Northeast California RAC members Martin Balding, Lee Chauvet and Gerry Nordstrom pause for a photo during the council's trail construction project at Eagle Lake.
Northeast California RAC members Martin Balding, Lee Chauvet and Gerry Nordstrom pause for a photo

(below) Northeast California RAC chairman Lee Chauvet, left, Ken McGarva, and Eagle Lake Field Manager Dayne Barron put their backs into trail construction during the advisory council's work day Saturday, Sept. 27.
Northeast California RAC chairman Lee Chauvet, left, Ken McGarva, and Eagle Lake Field Manager Dayne Barron put their backs into trail construction


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10/1/03