Eric Paull shares why he is a friend

You know what they say: A picture is worth a thousand words. And sometimes, it’s all that needs to be said. 

That’s certainly true for Eric Paull. When asked why he is a Friend of Scotchman Peaks Wilderness, all he needed was a photo. It’s true — for many people, the natural beauty of Scotchman Peaks is reason enough to save it for our kids and grandkids. 

The beauty and tranquility of wilderness is one of its most precious qualities. It has a proven benefit for our mental and physical health. It provides an escape from the stress of hectic modern living. And perhaps most importantly, it’s irreplaceable. Once it’s gone, it’s gone for good. 

Do you know why you’re a friend of Scotchman Peaks Wilderness? People have many reasons. For some like Eric, it’s the natural beauty. For others, it’s the rich source of hunting, fishing, hiking and other recreation opportunities. And still others love the undisturbed ecosystems for local plants and animals. Maybe it’s a combination of many factors. 

Whatever it may be, we want to hear from you for our Why I Am A Friend campaign. Click here and tell us why you are a Friend of Scotchman Peaks Wilderness. Haven’t signed up yet? No problem! Just click here and become a Friend today! 

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About The Author:

Cameron Rasmusson is a writer and journalist who grew up in Scotchmans territory. While he now calls Sandpoint home, he spent his formative years in the natural beauty of Libby, Montana. From elementary to high school, he enjoyed the outdoor experiences that mountain towns provide.

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