The Bob Marshall Wilderness Foundation just published their project list for the 2012 season earlier this week. Projects are scheduled from early June through mid-September, and include several multi-day projects such as the South Fork Flathead River Float, which includes two days of hiking just to reach the put-in where volunteers will help to remove weeds on the class II-III designated Wild & Scenic River.
Participating in a Bob Marshall Wilderness Foundation volunteer project will allow you to explore this vast and remote area south of Glacier National Park, meet new people, learn new trail and backcountry skills, as well as provide the needed work to help keep trails in the Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex open and campsites pristine.
This is a great way to explore the beautiful backcountry wilderness of Montana, or to give something back to "The Bob".
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