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By Micah Drew
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Revive and Thrive Creates Recreation Opportunity

 

Micah Drew, Pathfinder

An MCC crew member works on creating tread for the new trail around Fawn Pond.

SEELEY LAKE - More than 60 people came together for a volunteer work day at Fawn Pond on July 23. The Nature Conservancy hosted their sixth annual Revive and Thrive event to celebrate conservation and recreation efforts and create a new trail.

Fawn Pond, a few miles west of Seeley Lake, now has a new mile-and-a-half nonmotorized trail around it. The trail includes a new bridge over Fawn Creek, which will replace a culvert downstream that has been impeding fish flow.

This combination of recreation and conservation work is typical of projects that The Nature Conservancy specializes in.

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