They Came, They Planted

Nearly 100 volunteers made it to the South Fork Boise River to plant cottonwood trees and other plants to help jump start habitat recovery on the South Fork of the Boise River.    Check out this video below:
                  
The video above from KTVB is also accompanied by a story here.

This event was a team effort.  The Forest Service supplied many of the trees and Trout Unlimited helped cover additional costs of vegetation.  Other partners include the Land Trust of the Treasure Valley which donated 50 cottonwood trees, Mountain Home Air Force Base, Fly Fishers of Idaho and Boise Valley Fly Fishers.

Many photos of the effort were taken and when more is available we will post them.

 

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