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Pisgah District Back In Business After Shutdown

 

February 7, 2019

Callie Horwath

The Conservative Anabaptist Service (CASP) program brought volunteers from all over the country for an extended work program in Pisgah National Forest. One of their first projects is repairing the Moore Cove Trail after a storm uprooted an enormous tree.

Federal employees, volunteers and others in the Pisgah District of Pisgah National Forest have been busily back at work since the 35-day federal government shutdown ended on Jan. 25.

"We've had one week with all the employees, volunteers and partners working hard now, and everyone is happy to be back," said District Ranger Dave Casey on Tuesday. "I'd also like to thank the community for the very generous offers of help and encouragement over the last month or so. We welcomed a CASP (Conservative Anabaptist Service Program) crew that is volunteering on the district for the month of Februa...



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