I know what you are thinking - another blog post celebrating the National Park Service's 100 year anniversary. Or, yet another post from the WCC describing how important our work is and how good we look while doing it. Well, you are partially, right. It is a big deal that the United States of America … Continue reading A Wyoming Tradition in Public Land and Conservation
Hitch 6, 2015
Crew 1- Fort Bridger State Historic Site/ Bear River State Park, Wyoming, August 10th-19th: This crew started off their last Hitch at the Fort Bridger State Historic Site. They did various tasks around the site to get ready for the Rendezvous festival that is held every year at the historic site. These tasks include building a Tyvek/composite boardwalk … Continue reading Hitch 6, 2015
Hitch 3, 2015
Crew 1 - Devils Tower National Monument, Wyoming, June 29 - July 8 - Devils Tower NM became the nation's first monument in 1906 by executive order of President Teddy Roosevelt. This crew is not the first or the last to work tirelessly in the hot sun of northeastern Wyoming manually extracting and spraying noxious and … Continue reading Hitch 3, 2015
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