Archive for the ‘Right Now’ Category

Vegetation Restoration in the Wilderness Proposal

Posted on Friday, October 10th, 2014

Volunteers pulled into Mud Creek trailhead parking at 8:30 AM, Wednesday morning.  USFS employees greeted the readied crew with hefty sacks of softwood cuttings and all the tools they needed to dig.  Our enthusiastic volunteers [» Read More...]

A three hour cruise!

Posted on Tuesday, August 26th, 2014 by »

Come join us on the Shawnodese cruise boat for a three hour cruise on September 2o. This is a limited space three-hour cruise that will leave Hope at 3:30 and return at 6:30. During the [» Read More...]

Winds in the Wilderness

Posted on Saturday, August 2nd, 2014

At 4300ft elevation wild sarsaparilla faded out, while the terrain held strong. Scratchy, porous, ruby brushed rocks appeared housing beargrass communities of subalpine fir and huckleberry, with the noble shrubby-penstemon filling more faded enclaves. The [» Read More...]