Project Date: August 24th-25th, 2019

Volunteer Limit: 12

Project Details: Last ladies-only trip of the season! Join us for a weekend of man-free fun working the Bear River Trail (#171) on the Idaho City District of the Boise National Forest. From the USFS: “The trail follows the narrow glacial valley of the headwaters of Bear River. Vegetation varies greatly, from dry ponderosa pine to sub-alpine fir and white bark pine.” We will work our way up from the trailhead mostly cutting out deadfall and loping back overgrown brush. Other work may include tread work and water drain cleaning. If you want to get in some serious crosscut saw time, this is the trip for you! Volunteers will meet up Friday night at a group camp spot and work through midday Sunday.
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  • Participants less than 18 years of age must be registered by their parent or guardian. Anyone under the age of 16 must also be accompanied by an adult. Any participant under the age of 18 must bring with them a signed copy of our Parental Consent Form.
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