If a tree falls in the woods, does it make a sound? Whether it does or not, the local trail crews at Shenandoah National Park will certainly hear about it! Over two hundred miles of trails connect visitors to Shenandoah’s wilderness – trails that provide for visitor safety and help prevent erosion and habitat destruction. Volunteers, like those with the Potomac Appalachian Trail Crew, help boost trail maintenance efforts by involving local community members in restoring impacted trails through wilderness-friendly, non-mechanized practices. Join a group of college students from University of Virginia on a trail maintenance project in the Shenandoah Wilderness.