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Offline Steve Edmunds

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U4WDA - American Fork Canyon Service Project
« on: May 18, 2007, 04:53:03 pm »

Utah 4-Wheel Drive Asssociation

American Fork Canyon Service Project - Saturday June 9, 2007

On Saturday June 9th U4WDA will be leading a service project in American Fork Canyon for the Pleasant Grove Ranger District of the Uinta National Forest. The project will involve trash removal at dispersed campsites, minor fence work, and Trail Patrol activities. The Forest Service will provide all tools and fence materials.

What: Bring work gloves, comfortable clothing and shoes, and water

When: Saturday June 9, 2007 at 9:00 AM

Where: Meet at the Tibble Fork Reservoir parking area. Get directions and updates at: http://www.u4wda.org/eventdetails.aspx#june9


Keep in mind that it takes 45 minutes to travel from I-15 to Tibble Fork Reservoir. Please make travel plans accordingly.


Offline Todd Ockert

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Re: U4WDA - American Fork Canyon Service Project
« Reply #1 on: June 27, 2007, 09:20:15 pm »
How did this event go?
How many people showed up to work, and how much work was done?

If you give us some specifics, we can word smith this for the e news and possibly the Voice!

Good work to those that showed up, and those that organized this.

Todd
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Offline Steve Edmunds

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Re: U4WDA - American Fork Canyon Service Project
« Reply #2 on: June 28, 2007, 08:50:08 pm »
Overall we had a great turnout - U4WDA had over 30 volunteers show up at Tibble Fork where they were dispatched to a number of different locations in the canyon.  Under the supervision of the Forest Service Representative, we installed new fence that blocked an illegal bypass at the start of Forest Lake trail.  The group also repaired some damaged fence further up the canyon in dry-fork as well as removed a large amount of trash and debris from the areas designated by the FS ranger. All of the planned objectives were completed.   We even had some time to get a trail in after the project.

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