“Walk on the Green Earth, Engrossed Deeply in the Moment, Feeling Truly Alive.” | Turnpike Fabrication near a Patch of Semi-Muddy Dirt on the Moose Creek Trail / Forest Service Stewardship Project Photo Journal / Volunteer @ B.M.W.F.
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SUMMER 2021
Wilderness Stewardship “Hitch” #4
“Walk on the Green Earth, Dwelling Deeply in the Present Moment, Feeling Truly Alive.”

VOLUNTEER PROJECT
Bob Marshall Wilderness Foundation

Turnpike Fabrication near a Patch of Semi-Muddy Dirt
BMWF #13 Moose Creek – Turnpike Construction

Bob Marshall Wilderness
1,009,364 Acres of Public Lands
Designated to Preserve Natural Values
National Wilderness Preservation System
Montana, USA
August 2nd to August 8th 2021
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“What Wild Animal… Fearless Among Ledges and Cliffs… Has a Positive Taste for Fresh Pee?” | HQ Pass Cleanup & Rock Kicking Crew / Forest Service Stewardship Project Photo Investigation / Volunteer @ B.M.W.F.
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SUMMER 2021
Wilderness Stewardship “Hitch” #3
“What Wild Animal… Fearless Among Ledges and Cliffs … Loves to Lick Pee?”

VOLUNTEER PROJECT
Bob Marshall Wilderness Foundation

Headquarters Pass Cleanup & Rock Kicking Crew
BMWF #12 Headquarters Pass – Trail Clearing

Bob Marshall Wilderness
1,009,364 Acres of Public Lands
Designated to Preserve Natural Values
National Wilderness Preservation System
Montana, USA
July 23rd to July 26th 2021
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“An Ode to Slippery Bill Mountain… Shadiest Mound of Ground Around” | Westside Trail #214 Re-Route and Drainage Digging / Forest Service Stewardship Project Photo Journal / Volunteer @ B.M.W.F.
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SUMMER 2021
Wilderness Stewardship “Hitch” #2
“An Ode to Slippery Bill Mountain… Shadiest Mound of Ground Around”

VOLUNTEER PROJECT
Bob Marshall Wilderness Foundation

Westside Trail #214 Needed Some Assistance
BMWF #10 Westside Trail – Reroute & Drainage Digging

Great Bear Wilderness
285,771 Acres of Public Lands
Designated to Preserve Natural Values
National Wilderness Preservation System
Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex, Montana, USA
July 16th to July 21st 2021
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“Encounters with the Double Bubble… Wild Hot Springs Combo Pack” | Middle Fork Salmon River Mop-Up Crew / Forest Service Stewardship Project Photo Album / Volunteer @ S.B.F.C.
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SUMMER 2021
Wilderness Stewardship “Hitch” #1
“Encounters with the Double Bubble… Wild Hot Springs Combo Pack”

VOLUNTEER PROJECT
Selway Bitterroot Frank Church Foundation

Middle Fork Salmon River Trail Mop-Up Crew
SBFC Upper Middle Fork Trail Maintenance

Frank Church – River of No Return Wilderness
2.3 Million Acres of Public Lands
Designated to Preserve Natural Values
National Wilderness Preservation System
Idaho, USA
June 21st to June 30th 2021
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Explore The Forests, Climb The Mountains, Bag The Peaks, Run The Rivers | 12 Tracts to Lay Down Tracks on Public Lands / PLUS 3 Tracts Better Run in Kayaks / Foreward by Ed AbbeyFebruary 2, 2021HOW TO HAVE SUCCESSFUL … Read More

PUBLIC LAND OWNERS | Together, the American People Own 640 Million Acres of Surface Lands in the United States
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The United States encompasses 2.27 billion acres of surface lands. Together the American People collectively own 640 million acres of the lands within our national borders.

The American people… have entrusted the task of administering our national public lands with four major federal land management agencies. Together these four agencies oversee roughly 610 million, of the 640 million acres publicly owned land in the United States. All of these agencies work for us… the American citizenry.

1) Bureau of Land Management
2) Forest Service
3) Fish and Wildlife Service
4) National Park Service
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Explore The Forests, Climb The Mountains, Bag The Peaks, Run The Rivers | 12 Tracts to Lay Down Tracks on Public Lands / PLUS 3 Tracts Better Run in Kayaks / Foreward by Ed Abbey
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“One final paragraph of advice: do not burn yourselves out. Be as I am – a reluctant enthusiast….a part-time crusader, a half-hearted fanatic. Save the other half of yourselves and your lives for pleasure and adventure. It is not enough to fight for the land; it is even more important to enjoy it. While you can. While it’s still here.” – Edward Abbey
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