Palisade Trail

  • August 08, 2017
  • Posted by Troy Lawrence

It was a great project that we had a lot of fun doing, and I can’t wait to see the trail when it is finally complete!

Save the Sage Grouse

  • August 07, 2017
  • Posted by Gregory Walter Klumpp

We warded the predators from the sage-grouse’s home.  Carry on, little birds.

Taking a New Reroute

  • August 06, 2017
  • Posted by Brittany Erickson

It has been our third hitch at Dean Creek in the Bob Marshall Wilderness. Our tasks include brushing, digging retread, and digging two new reroutes.

The End of the Road

  • August 05, 2017
  • Posted by Guest Blogger

All trails end

Experiencing the Wilderness

  • August 04, 2017
  • Posted by Dawson Hill

We went to the Swan Mountain Range and then went to Lone Pine State Park.

Breaking New Ground

  • August 03, 2017
  • Posted by Emma Lea Harris

Making a trail from scratch was definitely an incredible challenge, but we got it done pretty quickly and it looks really cool.

The Beauty of the Bob

  • July 30, 2017
  • Posted by Julia Moravec

We will always remember our time in the Bob.

Saving Sage Grouse

  • July 27, 2017
  • Posted by Julia Moravec

The miles upon miles of walking was well worth the effort, seeing a total of 30 Sage Grouse were saved this year!

Tauzha and I were invited to participate in an educational environmental camp with the Boys and Girls Club on the Northern Cheyenne Indian Reservation.

Teddy Roosevelt National Park

  • July 26, 2017
  • Posted by Michael Hodge

Crew 7 (along with Gold Crew from Bozeman) returns to Teddy Roosevelt, this time to spray invasive weeds.

Orange Crew Adventures

  • July 25, 2017
  • Posted by Connor O'Leary

This work was exhausting, but the country we had the opportunity to work in made it more than worthwhile.

The Confluence Chronicle

  • July 21, 2017
  • Posted by Liam DownsTepper

Nothing brings a blossoming principality together like sitting around a fire, burning compost, and answering life’s big question.

Shissler Fire Lookout

  • July 18, 2017
  • Posted by Guest Blogger

The Selway Bitterroot Wilderness opens up before us. The clouds arch from ridgetop to ridgetop above the Moose Creek and Selway River Canyons,hiding the taller summits.

Unnamed Mountain

  • July 18, 2017
  • Posted by Liam DownsTepper

A Mountain sits on the far side of the Salmon, watching over camp. I do not know it’s name. I doubt it has one. At 5:25 AM the top glows, as if lit from within. A halo of gold, a mountain crown, a new day.

Break time on the St. Joe River

MCC in Idaho!!

  • July 12, 2017
  • Posted by Bailey Erickson

Constructing a quarter mile reroute on Timber Creek Trail in Idaho Panhandle National Forest

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