SHTA Board Documents
Linking people with nature by footpath along Lake Superior's North Shore.
The Superior Hiking Trail Association adds about two to three new board members to its board each May. The board meets six times a year. The job description and application are below. The deadline each year is March 1st but applications are accepted throughout the year. Please contact the SHTA Office if you have any questions or would like more information.
|1._SHTA_Volunteer_REquirements_on_Superior_National_Forest_Land.pdf||This document describes the requirements SHTA volunteers need to follow when working on Superior National Forest land.|
|2._Volunteer_Services_Agreement_with_Appendix_E.pdf||This is the document SHTA signed with the Superior National Forest in April 2014 that outlines the requirements for volunteers.
|3._Superior_National_Forest_Job_Hazard_Analysis.pdf||This document goes through various tasks and possible hazards and how to abate them. It also details Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) that must be worn based on the work being done or tool being used.
|4._Form_for_Authorization_for_Injury_Examination_and-or_Treatme.pdf||This is the information that will be required for the Forest Service to authorize examination and/or treatments if an injury occurs on Forest Service land. You should take this form with you when you work on the trail. If you have an injury contact the Tofte Ranger District in Tofte (218-663-8060) or the Gunflint Ranger District in Grand Marais (218-387-1750) about how to provide them with the information in this form.|
|5._Addendum_to_OF-301A_Volunteer_Services_Agreement.pdf||: Each volunteer who works on Forest Service land is required to sign this Addendum and return it to SHTA, where it will then be sent to the Forest Service. You can print it out, sign it, and then either scan it and email it to SHTA at email@example.com or mail it to SHTA at: SHTA, P.O. Box 4, Two Harbors MN 55616.|
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