Forest Watch Volunteer Program

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Forest Watch Volunteer Program

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Forest Watch Volunteer Program

The "Forest Watch Volunteer Program" is open to everyone nationwide. All outdoor enthusiasts including campers, hikers, bird watchers, horsemen, fishermen, hunters, ATV riders, 4 wheelers, snowmobilers, etc are encouraged to participate.

This is a volunteer program for those who are willing to report violators that break the rules on our Public Lands. If people know we are watching then hopefully we can lessen damage done and keep access to our public lands open and reduce the amount of taxpayers money being spent for repairs to these areas.

No meetings, work days or membership dues are required. Just Vigilance and a willingness to take pictures of and report offenders caught in the "act".

The "Forest Watch Volunteer Program" is a nationwide program funded by Selah Sausage and from donations from people who care to keep public lands open.

The benefits Forest Watch Volunteers get is having Public Lands to use in the future and two FREE "Forest Watch Volunteer" decals. (Shipping not included)

You can get 2 free Forest Watch decals by sending a 4.25"x4.25" or bigger stamped self addressed envelope to:

Forest Watch Decals
3250 Selah Loop Rd.
Selah, WA 98942
Liberty State Overland Club
OB 25476
2007 JKU, 1996 F350, 1993 YJ
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