This week crews finished up 2 bridges on the History Trail, cleared History, Wilson, West Game, Blacks, worked with volunteers to move lumber to bridge sites, and got trained with Wildflower Watch and Nature Mapping JH. We had 2 awesome volunteer groups from the Teton Science School and from the Teton Trail Runners who helped us move over 3000 pounds of lumber a mile up the trail to our next bridge sites. We certainly couldn’t do all the projects on the forest each summer without help from amazing volunteers like them! The crews also became trained for our Citizen Science project with Wildflower Watch, Nature Mapping JH and the BTNF. This summer they will help record plant, animal, and recreation data in Cache Creek as part of an ongoing study there. They also cleared a few dozen trees off of the upper reaches of trail on Pass Ridge. The next spot to hit will be the Skyline Trail on Monday! We are excited to get up there after it opens up on Sunday and we hope you go up for an adventure as well!