Wyoming Chapter Removes 550 lbs of Trash on Public Lands Day

On National Public Lands day a group of volunteers removed 550 pounds of trash from an old abandoned camp in the Bighorn Mountains. The cleanup team included Bruce Fauskee, Bret Fauskee, Dan Barngrover and Kelly Deiss. The team removed rotted wall tents, chairs, cots on 6 pack horses.


Volunteer efforts like this are critical to the success of our mission and demonstrate the commitment and passion of our members. Thank you to all of our volunteers who give their time, energy, and resources to stewarding and conserving the values, landscapes, and values that are critical to sustaining our North American hunting heritage.


About Pete Kassab

Pete was born and raised in Central Pennsylvania where he grew up hunting small game, turkey, whitetail deer, and fishing. He hunted and fished with parents, uncles, grandparents and friends with the primary focus on whitetail deer. Pete completed a Mast

See other posts related to Wyoming BHA stewardship blog stewardship