nolesrule wrote:The Eagle project workbook even asks in the AFTER COMPLETION section:
Did the project follow the plan?
If changes to the plan were made, explain why the changes were necessary.
Nothing about going back for a re-approval. I think a major change that would require re-approval would be along the lines of changes to the actual project concept or a change in beneficiaries, not the method to acquire materials. Addressing those changes and how they were dealt with is part of the post-project review and the Eagle Board of Review.
Exactly! If there is a major change say repairing a trail to building a bridge for a trail then you need a new approval. This isn't a major change.