Join the Friends of Scotchman Peaks Wilderness and the National Forest Foundation during National Public Lands Day, September 28th! To celebrate, we will be tackling trail work on Morris Creek trail, a tributary to the beautiful Lightening Creek Treasured Landscape, and working our way back to an end of the summer BBQ at the trailhead.
We will begin at 9am at the Morris Creek trailhead (trail 132, access from FS rd 419), north of Clarks Fork, ID, with a safety talk and then get friendly with our public lands as we sculpt a pathway through the forest. All tools and safety gear will be provided. After a little sweat, we will convene back at the trailhead at 3pm for a mid-afternoon BBQ in appreciation of our National Forests and Wilderness Lands and the community who supports it!!