The trail at Crazy Creek Horse Camp and the Twogood Cabin will be the site of trail maintenance from the Bitter Root Back Country Horsemen this weekend. Tod McKay of the Bitterroot National Forest said the volunteers will be clearing the trail to the cabin and also working on a few surrounding trails. McKay said the crews and stock will camp at the Crazy Creek Horse Camp and the Twogood cabin Friday through Sunday, August 7 - 9. The public should be aware of the work projects, which are in the Darby/Sula Ranger District.

The Bitter Root Back Country Horseman was one of the first chapters in the nation when it was established in 1976. Each year, they work to clear trails, allowing stock users into the backcountry and the Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness. The local chapter contributes more hours in volunteer work in the Bitterroot National Forest than any other organization. If you would like information about the group, check their website.

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