Took a pic with the plane.

Fire on the Mountain

  • September 28, 2015
  • Posted by Connor Adams, Crew Member

“What’s the status on the Bone Creek fire?”
“Spreading slowly, doesn’t look like much of a threat at the moment.”
“The MCC crew is at Scott Lake, just a mile north of that drainage.”
“Affirmative, they’re in a safe spot for now, but we’ll keep an eye on the fire and move them if we need to.”

Check our website for tour schedule

Never Been in a Rock Band Before

  • September 28, 2015
  • Posted by Joseph Crook, Crew Leader

Eventually the tour will come to an end, and the music may die down for just a bit, but until then the show must go on!

Going in, inward.

Utah Blog Post

  • September 21, 2015
  • Posted by Jesse DeLaughder

The Northern Rockies MCC dispatched an adult crew to the Ashley National Forest, Duchesne Ranger District for 6 weeks of high altitude, backcountry trail maintenance. CM Jesse takes a stab at capturing some of the lasting sentiments.

Group Shot at Big Prairie Station (M.Reavis)

Big Thoughts at Big Prairie

  • September 21, 2015
  • Posted by Maeve Wrixon

“It is the song of the hermit thrush at twilight and the lapping of waves against the shoreline and the melody of the wind in the trees. It is the unique odor of balsams and of freshly turned humus and of mist rising from mountain meadows. It is the feel of spruce needles underfoot and sunshine on your face and wind blowing through your hair. It is all of these at the same time, blended into a unity that can only be appreciated with leisure and which is ruined by artificiality.”

-Bob Marshall

Our back country campsite on the CDT

Back Country Camping Vs. Front Country Camping

  • September 10, 2015
  • Posted by Chase

The difference between front and back country camping.

Oasis in the Wilderness

Plans versus Reality

  • September 04, 2015
  • Posted by Jedd Sankar-Gorton

The plan was simple: hike a crew member 15 miles into the Great Bear Wilderness and meet up with her crew. The reality played out a little differently.

On our final day of work on our first week’s project, I felt that we had made a very tangible change to the local environment. That few miles of fence that we had taken out were a few miles reclaimed to Nature. One could look to see what work was still to be had—which would be somewhat discouraging, but I am of the opinion that the positive aspect of any given situation should be dwelled upon. And we truly had many things to be proud of that first week.

Virbance in the Jewel

NRock Crew #4; July Blog

  • August 24, 2015
  • Posted by Calysta Santacroce

This area seemed unreal. It was as if each color was more vibrant than in any other place, the plants seemed to each have a character and the many lakes seemed to each have a soul in their depths.

Top: Jessica (Me), Ryan (Sponsor), Heather (CM), & Mike (CM)

The Wild, Wild West!

  • August 23, 2015
  • Posted by Jessica Lee Richardson

27 days, 1 sponsor, 1 crew, 1 injury, 1 wreck, and 2 illnesses later and we’ve got ourselves memories to last a lifetime!

These guys...


  • August 19, 2015
  • Posted by Trever Walters- Crew Leader

It’s easy to stand with a group of people you’ve known for 3 days, look at your phone, and hit refresh every 5 seconds until it’s time to leave. It’s much more fun, however, to be lifted in the air by this group of strangers and passed through a maze of ropes. It’s amazing to learn just how much entertainment can be found when people have only eachother’s buttons to push, games to play with one another, and eachother’s singing and playing to listen to.

Glacial Water Fall...who's THAT guy?

Chasing Waterfalls

  • August 19, 2015
  • Posted by Samantha McKeachnie- Crew Leader

The crew, together, piled out of the car and gazed wildly at the plunging cascade.

Group shot on the Pacific NW Trail.

Youth Expedition

  • August 19, 2015
  • Posted by Jonathan Presley- Crew Leader

At times the work can dominate everything, and it becomes easy to forget just how ridiculous and hilarious this all is.

Photo Courtesy: © Justin Heller 2015

“I don’t know. We’ll see.”

  • August 13, 2015
  • Posted by Kyle Brine

A friend of mine from a different field crew once told me that she and her crew came up with a new motto for MCC: “I don’t know. We’ll see.”

Bridge Work- Before

YCC Trout Creek- July

  • August 03, 2015
  • Posted by James Dilzell was truly impressive how each crewmember really stepped up to the plant and lined our crew out for the day’s work.


Crewno, like Uno, as in YCC Crew #1

  • August 03, 2015
  • Posted by Courtney Herbolsheimer

With countless inside crew jokes and many silly times, we had the best summer with our kids.

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