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Stop by the Bittercreek Alehouse for free appetizers and information on this summer’s volunteer projects.

Sawtooth Society | Bittercreek Alehouse | SNRA IdahoThe Sawtooth Society is getting ready for another Idaho summer and will hold a Volunteer Kick-Off event at the Bittercreek Alehouse in Boise on Monday, March 31, from 5 to 7:30 p.m. Come by to learn more or discover the Sawtooth Society’s volunteer program and enjoy free appetizers.

The Sawtooth Society will have plenty of information about its volunteer programs and other opportunities with a table set-up as well as an opportunity to meet Kelly Conde, the Sawtooth Society’s volunteer/membership coordinator.

“Many people who recreate in the Sawtooth NRA are from Boise, yet, they’ve never heard of the Sawtooth Society,” Conde said. “I want people to know that there’s an organization out there dedicated to protecting one of Idaho’s true gems.”

Conde is in charge of the Austin Kraal Memorial Volunteer program, which is a large volunteer program aimed at helping to accomplish critical projects on the ground in the Sawtooth NRA. In addition, Conde is also in charge of membership outreach and the Sawtooth Society’s social media where she plans to bring her creativity to get the word out about the Society and help sponsor and organize events with Society partners who also care deeply about the Sawtooth NRA.

“The Sawtooth NRA is such a special place for so many people,” Conde said. “Through this volunteer program, we hope to support the Forest Service in maintaining this incredible area while providing fun, rewarding opportunities for people throughout the state to give back.”

  The Sawtooth Society, formed in 1997, is the only non-profit group dedicated exclusively to serving as an advocate for the Sawtooth National Recreation Area, preserving open space in the Sawtooth National Recreation Area and enhancing its recreation facilities and services. The Sawtooth Society has funded over 160 recreational-related projects throughout the Sawtooth National Recreation Area.

To learn about the Sawtooth Society and it’s membership visit For more details and information, contact Dalton Warr at

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