A little look into East Tennessee Climbers Coalition's (ETCC) 12th annual Adopt a Crag at Obed Wild & Scenic River.
Besides trail work, anchor replacement and road clean-ups, this year's Adopt a Crag was special because of ETCC's partnership with National Parks and The Nature Conservancy to save the area's hemlock trees. The hemlocks are in danger of being wiped out by an invasive pest called the wooly adelgid.
Apologies for sound glitches, video size, etc.--this is my first foray into video editing stuff.
Get more Adopt a Crag info at accessfund.org.