Wildlands CPR revives and protects wild places by promoting watershed restoration through road removal, preventing new wildland road construction and stopping off-road vehicle abuse leads to be the linking the site this week. While based in Missoula, Wildlands CPR works on projects wherever it is needed with the goal of watershed reclamation.
As a non-profit their organization relies on the donations of members and this coming Friday at Zootown Brew they will be holding a fundraiser which includes a drawing for a book entitled A River Runs Though It. Included with the book are six original wood engravings created specially for the book. Only 50 of these sets were created where the authors write essays exploring how off road vehicles have impacted wildlands. The forward for the books is written by Annie Proulx who is known for the books like The Shipping News and Brokeback Mountain. These books are also signed by all of the living authors making it a nice collectable item. Entry into the raffle is $25/ticket with the number of tickets sold capped at 250.
More information on the drawing may be found at the Wildlands CPR website for the event.