As a Regional Trail Coordinator you may recruit Individual Trail Sponsors to maintain individual sections, maintain a list of local trail workers, help individual Trail Sponsors take on trail improvement or relocation projects, and possibly sponsor a section yourself.  The job of a Regional Trail Coordinator is to watch over a specific segment of trail in the Finger Lakes Trail System and help sponsor organizations and sponsor individuals within that segment improve the maintenance or route of their trail section.

Maintainers working for clubs or other organizations can turn first to the organization’s leadership for assistance before asking the Regional Trail Coordinator; but individual trail sponsors go directly to their Regional Trail Coordinator for help. Regional Trail Coordinators can be tapped to help secure the services of a certified sawyer or help muster other volunteers into an ad hoc work crew. They can also provide guidance and advice when asked.

Regional Trail Coordinators work directly under the Vice President for Trail Maintenance.

Regional Trail Coordinator positions are available occasionally, particularly for the eastern part of the main FLT. Contact the Vice President for Trail Maintenance if you are interested in serving as a Regional Trail Coordinator.