It was another year with a few challenges but our volunteers made all the difference. Read all about it! If you would rather download the newsletter in PDF format, you can find it here.2022_12-SGWA-Newsletter
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It’s been a roller-coaster year in the Wilderness, with fires and floods. Nonetheless our volunteers donated over 14,000 hours – that’s a lot of work. We have some of the most amazing volunteers! Read about them and their accomplishments.
The Radford fire started September 5 and according to Inciweb, is currently burning north of Hwy 38 in the Barton Flats area. Hwy 38 is once again closed and the San Bernardino Sheriffs Department has issued evacuation orders for the area between Glass Road and South Fork River Road.
Inciweb link: https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/8390/
Sadly we had to cancel the Forest Festival, but there was plenty happening nonetheless. Read all about it in the September newsletter. If you would like to download the PDF, click this link.2022_09-SGWA-Newsletter-1
State Route 38 will reopen in both directions for normal traffic as of 5 pm on August 31. Beginning September 7, repairs will continue with one-way flagging operations.
Our apologies but we had to cancel the August 6 Ranger Talk. We’ll post the subject for the next talk in a couple days. And stay tuned for news about the Forest Festival on August 20.