Wyoming Range National Recreation Trail
Sign, maintain and promote the 75-mile long nationally-designated recreation trail following the crest of the Wyoming Range. https://www.backpacker.com/trips/get-lost-on-wyomings-edge
Bridger-Teton Portal Signs
Update portal signs at major Forest entrances to strengthen the identity and public awareness of the Bridger-Teton National Forest. Several critical portal signs have not been updated since the Bridger and Teton Forests merged over 45 years ago, adding to the BT’s ‘identity’ problem.
Recruit front country volunteer ambassadors in high use dispersed camping areas to teach Leave-No-Trace, Firewise and BearAware principles.
Big Sandy Trailhead
Improve parking and wilderness education opportunities at the Big Sandy Trailhead. This popular portal to the Bridger Wilderness can see over 200 vehicles at the height of the season but only provides 60 parking spaces.
Coordinate a dollar-for-trails program with local businesses to help the BTNF and their partners address deferred trail maintenance needs. There are over 3,000 miles of system trails on the Bridger-Teton National Forest and only 18% of trails currently meet system standards.
Road Improvement Projects
Support high priority road improvement projects that would benefit access for multiple user groups and improve watershed health.
Cache Ck Winter Access
Fund plowing for the 1/2 mile of FS road to the popular groomed Cache Ck Trailhead access.
Diversifying Public Land Supporters
Engage underserved communities with a focus on career pathways.
Coordinate and highlight volunteer efforts between our many partners across the Forest and host partner and volunteer recognition events to inspire sustained stewardship efforts.
Restore Guard Stations
Restore habitable guard stations to benefit our volunteers, ambassadors and partners
Big Springs Overlook
Bear River Restoration Project
Access and interpretive site at the Bear River Restoration Project to highlight Bonneville cutthroat restoration project