FSPW Winter Season Kickoff ![December 3rd, 2013]
To celebrate the start of a great winter season of snowshoeing, skiing, and stewardship in the wilderness, join us in January for this fun and lively event at Sandpoint’s unique new bottle shop, the Idaho Pour Authority. There will be beer tasting from the Alaskan brewery, live music from local artists Hwy 200, and the raffling of some really cool prizes. The party starts at 4pm and goes until 8pm, Wednesday, January 8th. Cheers!
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$1000 grant for wolverines is looking for a match.[November 25th, 2013]
We caught this fisher taking the bait with one of our FSPW cameras. It’s always a great moment when you get to see the pictures!
A generous anonymous donor has once again put $1000 into our coffers for the upcoming winter rare carnivore study. We challenge the rest of our Friends to come up with a similar amount for this important project. Go to http://www.scotchmanpeaks.org/donate/ and follow the instruction on screen (be sure to note that it’s for wolverines in the final page) or send your check to “Wolverine Study, c/o FSPW, P.O. Box 2061, Sandpoint, ID 83864. Thanks very much!
P.S. Wolverine station training day is December 7, contact firstname.lastname@example.org to attend!
Calling all Hikers![October 30th, 2013]
Volunteering as a hike leader has a great benefit to our community and in fostering connections with our public lands.
We would love to hear your ideas for winter hikes!
Thank you all for all that you do! Let’s keep our fingers crossed for a great snow year!
2014 Winter Wolverine study.[October 2nd, 2013]
Did you see the snow caps on the mountains recently? That means Wolverine work is starting up soon! Surf through, er, rather… snowboard through our website and learn how you can help this extraordinary effort at establishing baseline populations of keystone forest carnivores in 0ur incredible wilderness. Here are some great places to start:
Wolverine Project History
Contributions make this project possible!
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For further information, please contact Kristen@scotchmanpeaks.org.