On the first workday, my team cleared the area of the pre-existing trail, which was initially very dense with branches and overhanging trees. Knives and handsaws were used to clear the smaller greenery and branches, while a chainsaw was used to clear the large branches. After the trail was cleared, logs were placed along the trail to delineate the extension and provide a barrier against the slope of the hill.
On the second workday, my group placed the tree-stump steps along the slope of the hill and spread wood chips along the extension all the way to the top of the steps. We used wheelbarrows to transport the wood chips, and the steps were held down in place by the weight of the soil.
I would also like to sincerely thank Dr. Blueford for providing me with this opportunity to complete my Eagle project.