Fall Crew -Fence Line near New Fork Lake, Wyoming, August 22-31 - This crew of 4 (Jason Carroll, Eli Riesman, Thadeus Miriello, Madison Williams), ventured into the wilds of New Fork Lake a few miles from Pinedale working for the Wyoming Game and Fish. The crew walked the fence line dividing private property to public … Continue reading Hitch 7, 2016
For Week #6 we wanted to mix up the fitness routine. Find a track or a city block and be prepared to sweat, curse, and feel accomplished. Remember to finish all those tasks by this time next Monday. Enjoy. Finish by the Week’s End: - 60-100 push-ups a day - 2:30 minute standard plank - … Continue reading P.T. Week #6
New Fork Lake, Wyoming August 24-September 2: For the first time in WCC's history, we are sending a crew out in September. This Fall season, the crew consists of three crew leaders and one crew member in a truck driving to different projects around the state. This season's fall crew members are: Taylor Miller, Amanda … Continue reading Hitch 7, 2015
Crew 1 - BLM Newcastle, Wyoming, July 13 - 22 - Crew 1 began work by cutting juniper and cottonwood trees to ease the floodplain for the water near a cluster of ancient Native American pictographs. The crews also restored the native vegetation around the rock art as well cutting the grass. By far, the … Continue reading Hitch 4, 2015
Orientation 2015 - Curt Gowdy State Park was a big success thanks to all the leadership of our crew leaders and our fantastic crew members! Our members learned new skills such as bucking and limbing with our chainsaws, how to build International Mountain Biking Association (IMBA) standard single track trail tread, rock retaining walls, and four … Continue reading Orientation 2015
For the WCC, especially, risk can become something that entails more danger than the average person encounters. We use sharp tools, drive a lot, go to remote locations, and live in that elements. Therefore, risk management is something we must do consciously and with serious consideration.