Wilderness Stewardship Program Application Due May 15, 2019
The U.S. Forest Service and Idaho Conservation League initiated the wilderness stewardship program in 2016. This program creates and supports a cooperative relationship among our community, ICL and Forest Service that focuses on quality wilderness stewardship to fulfill the intent of the Wilderness Act by protecting and preserving the wilderness character of the Sawtooth Wilderness and the newly designated Hemingway-Boulders, Jim McClure-Jerry Peak and White Clouds Wildernesses and additional recommended wilderness areas.
If you love these wild places, love being out in them, and have any interest in becoming a wilderness steward, then this volunteer program may be for you! Patrolling is strenuous. Volunteers must be in good physical condition and able to work at altitudes ranging from 5,000 to over 9,000 feet, travel in extreme weather conditions and hike 5 miles with a backpack.
The 2019 Wilderness Steward Program will run from June 9th–early November 2019.
The application is due Wednesday, May 15. If you would like a paper copy of the application, please call 208.726.7485 or email
and we will send the form to you. If you have questions, call Emily Williams or Betsy Mizell at 208.726.7485.
By submitting this application, I acknowledge the strenuous nature of this position and feel that I can complete the tasks described below.
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