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PostTue Aug 31, 2021 3:51 pm 
ITA sending out notice they still have openings for this women’s only trail project. Best. https://www.idahotrailsassociation.org/2021/02/2021-bear-valley-hot-springs-project/

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PostTue Mar 01, 2022 7:22 am 
Trail projects for 2022 now listed. Sign ups for members start today through March 31st. https://idahotrailsassociation.org/projects/

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PostThu Jun 16, 2022 6:19 am 
Still some room on several trips for this summer. If you find WTA trips all full and want to see another area, cross over to the state line and check out what the neighbors are up to. I'm doing the week-long trip to Fawn Lake in The Mallard Larkins and some extra hands are needed! https://idahotrailsassociation.org/projects/

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PostMon Jul 25, 2022 5:13 am 
Bumping this as there are still 5 spots to fill on this work party. It's a good chance to visit this proposed wilderness and give some love to an area that sorely needs it. https://idahotrailsassociation.org/event/fawn-lake/
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In the Mallard Larkins Pioneer Area deep in the St. Joe, volunteers will spend a week backpacking and clearing trails around Fawn Lake and Martin Peak. We’ll be packed into our camp by Forest Service Mule Packers, and we will work each day from camp clearing as far as we can go over the week. With the pack support to help us get to our base camp, volunteers will just need to hike in with a day pack. Volunteers will be responsible for bringing their own backpacking meals for this project. The gorgeous and remote area offers amazing views from peaks and lookouts, fishing in high mountain lakes and streams, and is known for its diverse wildlife.

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PostMon Jul 25, 2022 7:41 pm 
I hadn’t thought about the wildlife. Seeing moose or goat, or hearing wolves in this area wouldn’t be unusual. Add in the usual cast, but seeing bobcat or cougar would be unusual. Lots of porcupines for some reason I don’t understand.

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