Soapstone Basin, Uinta-Wasatch-Cache
National Forest, Idaho
September 9th-15th, 2023
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WST.004 joined forces with the Tread Lightly! team to conduct public land stewardship in the Soapstone Basin area of the Uinta Mountains.
Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest
Uinta Mountain Range, Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest, Utah
The Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest encompasses 2.2 million acres in Northern Utah and southwestern Wyoming.
Team 004 put two hard days in supporting the needs of the Uinta National Forest. Working along side our partner Tread Lightly! and the US Forest Service, the team assisted in trail sign emplacement, recreational information kiosk install, and dispersed campsite restoration and sanitization.
CHECK OUT THE TL! IMPACT REPORT ON THE WORK DONE BY WARRIOR STEWARDSHIP TEAM 004!
Team 004 was able to experience some extraordinary public land sites while traveling across Montana, Idaho, and Utah during their trip. The team had a mix of seasoned and novice fly fisherman. Almost every stop, campsite, and route was planned with trout waters in mind.
On the way back from Utah, Team 004 took an incredible route back to Montana that took them through the Sawtooth National Forest.
Warrior Stewardship Team 004's project is supported in part by a grant from the Trail Trust - a Fox Factory initative. Please consider supporting the Trail Trust and ensure that individuals and organizations like ours can continue protecting access to or improving public lands, providing education that fosters preparedness and a more conscientious community, and promoting responsible exploration of our world.
Trail Trust partners with community nonprofits to preserve and expand the trails that connect us.
Two Wolf Foundation is thankful for Trail Trust and their support of Warrior Stewardship.
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