Volunteers from Boy Scout Troop 1665, Beaverhead County High School Key Club, Dillon Tree Board, Beaverhead Outdoors Association, the Murphy family, Americorps St. Louis and employees from the Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest and Dillon Ranger District gathered to work on several projects. Picnic tables, bulletin boards and restrooms were painted, new fire rings installed, and fence was built. Over 220 Engleman spruce seedlings were planted thanks to funding from the family of Stephanie Murphy in memory of her love of science and the outdoors.
“It was a great day and the volunteers did a lot of awesome work here,” said Dillon District Ranger Cornie Hudson “I encourage the public to come a take a look at all the fantastic work that was done.”
To find out more about plans for Dinner Station campground or to volunteer, contact the Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest in Dillon at (406) 683-3900.