Hayduke, Me and the Bob

  • October 13, 2014
  • Posted by Alex Baechle

The Bob in Fall, with the aspens yellowing and the smell of change in the air, idyllic streams trickling through a serene forest and all framed by white chalky-looking limestone peaks and crags…


September Blog; Adam & Heather’s Crew

  • October 13, 2014
  • Posted by Shauna Kraut

Logan Pass is one of the most surreal places I have ever been; and I was so happy to be able to experience a place like that at least once in my life.


BLM Recognizes MCC for Commitment to Public Lands

  • October 08, 2014
  • Posted by Melodie Lloyd

The Bureau of Land Management joined the Public Lands Foundation in awarding the organizations Landscape Stewardship Award to the Montana Conservation Corps.


Theodore Roosevelt Park

Change

  • October 02, 2014
  • Posted by James J. Crumpler, III

We worked primarily in the Cottonwood Campground of Theodore Roosevelt National Park.  There are two loops in the camp, one is open year round and the other is closed during the winter.


MCC seeks applications

  • September 29, 2014
  • Posted by MCC

MCC is accepting applications for the position of Administrative Assistant. The position is a regular full-time non-exempt position and based in the Bozeman state office.


Aspens in July

Growing Roots

  • September 28, 2014
  • Posted by Amanda Garant

A complete stranger gave me some advice on the boardwalk of Mammoth Hot Springs in March of 2013


Traffic Jam

  • September 25, 2014
  • Posted by Alyssa

You wouldn’t expect to end up in a traffic jam on the rural roads of Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area, but there we were, sitting in the rig behind 250 calves.


As we drove away from Salmon-Challis, Idaho Frank Church Middle Fork River of No Return Wilderness, a large herd of elk are moving through the grassland hidden by the low rising clouds.


Omar Mt

A poem inspired by last hitch

  • September 08, 2014
  • Posted by Ben Michel

This was a time not to be swayed by others. This was a time not to sway others, either.


William Ashley

Trees of our Fathers, Part III

  • September 06, 2014
  • Posted by James J. Crumpler, III

An ad released in a St. Louis newspaper, February 13, 1822, by William Henry Ashley, began the process of western expansion and the conservation of western lands.


CD Blue Crew: Finishing the Meriwether Trail

  • September 05, 2014
  • Posted by Seth Young

After a summer spent in Meriwether Canyon, Central Divide Blue Crew is finished at Gates of the Mountains Wilderness.


Basin Creek Trail at Dawn

Claw Hands with a View

  • September 04, 2014
  • Posted by Sophie Maloney

On a cold morning in early August I woke up in Yellowstone National Park. It was 5:00 am and still dark outside. The first thing I noticed as I slowly passed from sleep into waking was an inability to open my hands. I tried slowly to open and close them.


A glimpse of my world

  • September 04, 2014
  • Posted by Joe Moran - Western Wildlands- Missoula

When you see a yellow flower, blowing in the wind; you see time.


Log after being cut to clear the trail. It was a team effort to cross cut and move this log.

Prospecting for Prospect Trail

  • September 03, 2014
  • Posted by Rachel 'Ray Ray' Nelsen

Trail work in the Wilderness is something else. It must be passable but you don’t want it looking like a trail in a National Forest.


After four days of painting and installing fencing, we were all pretty proud of the work we all got done.

Painting All Day Every Day

  • September 03, 2014
  • Posted by Rachel 'Ray Ray' Nelsen

Fences for boundaries are just important as replanting willows. So is creating places for people to sit out and enjoy the outdoor in comfort.


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