Wolf Ridge instructor wins award
In the summer of 1988, wildfires tore across Yellowstone National Park. Drought conditions and strong winds kept the fire burning for months, and 36 percent of the park was affected. After the chaos settled, extensive damage repair was needed. The National Park Service pulled together 160 wilderness experts from around the nation to lead trail repair crews.
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