Posted on Thursday, February 1st, 2018
Mindy shows off her MWA Brass Lantern Award in the school yard at Noxon, where she taught for 23 years.

Mindy shows off her MWA Brass Lantern Award in the school yard at Noxon, where she taught for 23 years.

Read the Valley Press’s story about Mindy Ferrell,who  was recently given the Montana Wilderness Association’s Brass Lantern Award for continued volunteer service promoting public lands, wild spaces and outdoor education.

Mindy coordinated the Friends of Scotchman Peaks Sanders County Winter Tracks program at North Shore Campground in early January; and is currently working on establishing a Western Sanders County outdoor education continuum in conjunction with local teachers, FSPW, Kaniksu Land Trust, Avista Corporation and the Forest Service.

If you would like to help with her Sanders County outdoor ed program, write to info@scotchmanpeaks.org

 

» FSPW volunteer and outdoor education guru Mindy Ferrel was recently presented an MWA Brass Lantern award. Read the Valley Press story here.