the Bridger-Teton and the Continental Divide
Trail Coalition are joining up for a
free outdoor learning experience and adventure
over Father’s Day weekend.
Volunteers of all ages are invited to
attend a free trail maintenance workshop
on Saturday, June 15, hosted by the Continental
Divide Trail Coalition in Pinedale,
and then on Sunday, June 16, to put the
knowledge to good use on the Continental
Divide Trail from the Green River Lakes
Saturday, national trail professionals
will meet volunteers from 8 a.m. to
noon inside at the Bridger-Teton National
Forest’s Pinedale District Office, 29 E.
Fremont Lake Road., and then present a
demonstration from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Pole
On Sunday morning, trail stewards and
volunteers can help Friends of the Bridger-
Teton at its newly adopted section of the
trail for some maintenance work. Everyone
will meet at the Green River Lakes
Trailhead to cut brush, lop trees and build
a 25-foot turnpike and small water drainage
structures. Volunteers will work with
the BTNF Pinedale trail crew.
Organizer Sarah Walker said this is a
perfect family get-together for Father’s
Day, with excellent camping options and
easy access. Events are free and people
can attend one or both. Contact Sarah
Walker at [email protected] to register
or for more information.