The Greenfire Revival this year is dedicated to the recovery of wolves in the United States.
All readers of WWP's Online Messenger are invited to join WWP staff and Board at the 3rd Annual Greenfire Revival and Camp Out which will be held the evening of Friday September 12 through breakfast on Sunday September 14 at WWP's Greenfire Preserve on the East Fork of the Salmon River in Custer County, Idaho.
This is a great opportunity to celebrate the restoration underway at the Preserve and meet old friends and new.
To Register online and see more detailed information please visit the WWP web site Revival Registration Page.
Friday evening September 12 will feature a potluck dinner, a showing of Vanessa Schulz' excellent wolf reintroduction documentary, Cost of Freedom, followed by a talk by wolf reintroduction expert Dr. Ralph Maughan about the current condition of wolf packs in Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.
Saturday September 13 will feature Preserve and nearby public land tours including WWP's upland and riparian restoration efforts, games including cowpie shuffleboard and an appearance by Cowzilla, three great meals including an evening cook-out with a salmon barbecue with Supervisory Chefs Don Curtis and Gene Bray followed by an outdoor concert by folksingers Kate and Jeff Bennett.
Readers can learn more about Kate's life and music at her web site: http://www.katebennett.com/
Breakfast will be provided Sunday morning September 14.
Cost is $35. per person for WWP members and $55. per person for non-members.
Come and enjoy late summer at WWP's Greenfire Preserve. There is a good chance that there will be spawning chinook salmon in the river, and any dedicated western lifestylers can wrangle with the local wild horse herd currently in residence at Greenfire.
No smoking is permitted in the Greenfire House or any other buildings, and dogs must be kept on leash.