A Week In Yellowstone

  • February 04, 2019
  • Posted by Zachary Garibay

Working in our nation’s first state park was both an honor and a privilege for this MCC crew. We were tasked with putting in rock structures on the Mt. Washburn trail that will help maintain it and hopefully keep it around longer than us. The park staff were with us every step of the way and shared park history, possible career opportunities, skills and advice we will carry on with us for the rest of our lives, and a whole lot of laughs. Along the way, we got to witness the wildlife that call Yellowstone their home, visit some of the park’s most famous attractions such as Old Faithful and Yellowstone Lake, and watch the Perseid meteor shower from our campsite. At the end of our hitch, we all left knowing that the work we had completed will help millions of people from all parts of the world experience one of America’s most spectacular treasures. We are proud to say we are apart of the Montana Conservation Corps.


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