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Volunteer April 9, 2016

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Subject: Volunteer April 9, 2016
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Date: 14-Mar-16

Volunteer Habitat Restoration SFB April 2016

WHAT: Riparian Habitat Restoration mitigating effects of Fire on the South Fork Boise with Bitterbrush and Cottonwood planting.

WHO: Interested Fishermen. We will be helping some Youth Groups out of Mtn Home who plan to come with personnel from Mtn Home Ranger District personnel.

WHEN: 10:30 am, Saturday, April 9, 2016

WHERE: Two sites on the South Fork Boise River. Arrive at Pierce Creek Boat Landing Parking Lot below Anderson Dam at beginning between 10 AM and 10:30 AM. After lunch we will all travel to Wilson Creek above the Dam.

ROUTE: Cow Creek Road off US Hwy 23 not likely to be open. Preferred route: IH 84 to US 23; US 23 to Anderson Road turnoff; Anderson Road to Anderson Dam; Downstream on NFD 131 to Pierce Creek Boat Ramp parking lot. Plan on about two hours to arrive at Pierce Creek from the center of Boise.

After lunch, when the selected sites are completed on the tail water, we will return upstream toward the Dam and without crossing the Dam proceed two miles along the reservoir to Wilson Creek for a second site.

BRING: (1) Your Lunch and Water; (2) A Shovel if you have one but Forest Service will have some tools available however; (3) Work Gloves. Dress appropriately, of course, for some mud and the projected weather.

RSVP: message to Richard Oehlschlager right up to April 8th, sooner being better than later; richardkomd@msn.com or 208 363-0108.


Subject: RE: Volunteer April 9, 2016
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Date: 14-Mar-16

Corrected:

ROUTE: Cow Creek Road off US Hwy 20 not likely to be open. Preferred route: IH 84 to US 20; US 20 to Anderson Dam Road turnoff; Anderson Dam Road to Anderson Dam; Downstream on NFD 131 to Pierce Creek Boat Ramp parking lot. Plan on about two hours to arrive at Pierce Creek from the center of Boise.


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