Bill has been working in the Diamond Valley area building two houses with Habitat For Humanity. He is waiting to break ground in the Chino Valley area and then will start on two more houses. Bill says " Im just providing unskilled labor under the direction of a general contractor along with other folks."
Bill is also working with the Prescott National Forest helping out with trail surveys with the trail foreman which is something Bill supervised before he retired from the Prescott National Forest Service after 15 years. He also volunteers at the VA where he surveyed their memorial tree program. This is a program where people donate money for new trees to be planted to replace trees that are dead, damaged, etc. Bill helped to assess the status of the trees.
He also plans on being a part of the Veteran's Living History Project. This is a chronicle of the veteran's experience through interviews and film.
Bill formed his own consulting business called Legacy Trail Services. To contact Bill or for further information about Legacy Trail Services email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you Bill Cook for contributing so much to our community.