The Bitter Root Back Country Horsemen (BRBCH) is joining the Bitterroot National Forest for trail clearing Saturday, May 25, at the popular Coyote Coulee trails #127 and #511, south of Hamilton. The trail loops are very popular for hikers and horseback riders. The volunteers will be clearing limbs, brush and fallen trees from the trail, along with work on water bars, using basic hand tools. The work is planned between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m.

Brosious Carpet and Floors is providing food for the trail workers. The The back country horsemen group plans work at Larry Creek June 2nd, Blodgett June 8th and Boulder Creek June 15. The BRBCH annually contributes over 600 personal and 425 stock hours on the projects, most of them in the Bitterroot National forest. The Bitter Root Back Country Horsemen is one of the first chapters in the nation. You find out more at their website.