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Hello again Dear Readers,

The great Jim Rohn once said “Discipline is the bridge between goals and accomplishment”. Well we lived that quote this week, figuratively and literally, whilst building a new bridge for the Bison Way trail and bridging the gap between us and our cousin crew from the North.

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Hello again, Dear Readers,­­­ 

This week we continued our project on the Bison Way Trail, working our way up the mountain towards the Sheltowee 

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Greetings, Dear Readers, from the Daniel Boone National Forest Trail and Invasive Species Management Crew! We are currently stationed at Koomer Ridge Campground, located in the heart of the beautiful Red River Gorge. Our first project this season is rehabilitating the popular Bison Way Trail, an entryway to the Sheltowee Trace National Recreation Trail.

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The 2013 Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie Wilderness Ranger Corps has come to its conclusion. After meeting with the Forest Service we can confidently say that it was an extremely successful season. We Hiked over 500 miles on 57 trails (and hundreds more off-trail) inventorying eight Wilderness areas and assessing 819 campsites. We met all of our goals regarding conservation, stewardship, leadership and service. We also had tons of fun.

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