This year's selection was difficult to say the least. Patrick, Jim, and Evan deliberated long past the work day into many evenings. We want to thank everyone that took the time to apply for leader - our application takes time as does the interview. We really do appreciate it. As to those that we did … Continue reading Meet the 2016 Field Crew Leaders
Alpine-Etna, Wyoming, September 8-17: Our Fall Crew headed to the beautiful Alpine/Etna area to continue saw projects and fencing maintenance. Working with Wyoming Game and Fish out of Pinedale and Jackson, our crew found dozens of trees laying next to or on the fence properties for public lands. The major chunk of the hitch was … Continue reading Hitch 8, 2015
When I first hear diversity, my first thought these days is not human, ethnic, or gender diversity but biological. This could be because much of what the WCC does is to help biological diversity seen in our work for habitat restoration, stream banks, beetle kill mitigation, wildlife fencing, and noxious weed removal. Turns out biological … Continue reading Reflection on Diversity
Earth Day April 22, Laramie WY - The WCC exhibited the tool cache in the center of campus. Thanks to the hard work of the crew leaders and Paul Pellissier, we have a tool cache now ready to populate with tools and organization. Paul is now building another tiny house for Laramie and open for future … Continue reading Tiny Tool Cache on Earth Day
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.