Teens take to the trails to clean up Mount Kearsarge
Student Conservation Association New Hampshire Corps members Ambika Baraily and Saraswoti Dhimal of Manchester work on a trail on Mount Kearsarge last week. (COURTESY)
And in the process, "we pretty much got soaked a few times (by rain)," said Darin Radatz, one of the program coordinators, bringing a laugh from the students.
"It's been lots of fun. We learn leadership by picking our leaders every day, and we share the chores and the cooking of dinners," said Ambika Baraily of Manchester."You learn to work within a system of people," said Tyler Pitts of Manchester.
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