Yellowstone National Park sent staff to improve their crosscut saw maintenance and sharpening skills through the help of an NPF Impact Grant. With this increased in knowledge these Park Rangers are now capable of maintaining their backcountry cache’s crosscut saws and are able to assist other backcountry supervisors in Yellowstone National Park, which Having a has improved the park’s backcountry operations immensely. In one summer season, one of the park’s sub-districts cleared the backcountry trails for the first time with hand tools, clearing over 400 trees from 95 miles of trails.
Yellowstone National Park Impact Grant
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