To some, it’s paradise. So, how would you like to volunteer to help keep paradise beautiful?
The Boundary Waters Advisory Committee is seeking volunteers to help maintain trails in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness this year.
Trips of varied skill levels are planned for the Brule Lake/Eagle Mountain, Snowbank, Kekekabic, and Sioux Hustler trails. The committee hopes to receive U.S. Forest Service approval to work on the Pow Wow Trail, which was significantly impacted in the Pagami Creek fire in 2011.
The BWAC was founded in 2002 to preserve the historic and beautiful trails in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness of the Superior National Forest. In 2012, BWAC volunteers worked with the U.S. Forest Service to survey and maintain the Kekekabic, Eagle Mountain, Brule Lake, Sioux Hustler, and Pow Wow trails.