This may be a short feature article, but if our readership can provide a volunteer or two, it is well worthwhile. SJMA’s Wilderness Stewardship Crew has had a busy summer already. They’ve been counting campsites, monitoring Wilderness characteristics, and clearing trails in the Weminuche Wilderness from Durango to Pagosa Springs. Earlier this month, they cleared more than 160 trees from the Needle Creek Trail alone. Way to go team! In the coming weeks, they’ll be working on the Rio Grande National Forest side of the Weminuche as well as in the Lizard Head Wilderness.