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By Skylar Rispens

Revive and Thrive celebrates recreational growth


Skylar Rispens, Pathfinder

Placid Lake State Park manager Ryan Sokoloski (left) works alongside volunteers to create the Lake View Trail at the Revive and Thrive event Sunday, July 14. Nearly 70 people volunteered for the work event at the Hill 16 Community Trail System near Placid Lake State Park.

SEELEY LAKE – Approximately 70 people volunteered to help create new trails on the Hill 16 Community Trail System during The Nature Conservancy's fifth annual Revive and Thrive event on Sunday, July 14.

"I couldn't be happier with the turnout today, I believe we have more volunteers than usual," said Chris Bryant, the Western Montana Land Protection Director for TNC. "The goal is obviously to build trails, but also to bring people together and build relationships."

Volunteers split themselves between four projects, one was tasked with forest thinning, two groups worked on trail maintenan...

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