Volunteers get things done. That’s surely the case with a group that calls itself Lean2Rescue. They saw a need (crumbling Adirondack Lean-tos) and took action.
According to their web site: “Lean2Rescue is a group of campers, hikers, hunters, skiers, paddlers, outdoor enthusiasts and simple suckers for punishment who rehabilitate lean-to shelters in the Adirondack Park. Since 2004, we’ve worked on over 50 lean-tos in St. Lawrence, Herkimer and Hamilton Counties in Upstate New York. While in the past we have focused primarily on the Western edge of the Adirondacks, we have since expanded to working in the High Peaks region and we would love to hear from individuals and organizations looking for support in improving conditions across the Adirondack Park”
The best way to get in touch with Lean2Rescue is to send an email to Lean2Rescue@twcny.rr.com. Contact them today and join a work crew. You too can make things happen.
source: thanks to Tom Wemette for telling me about this group.