Month: May 2018

One Piece of the Whole by Jamie Dyer

October 24, 2018

One night a certain crew member practiced Reiki on me. We were working for the Feather River Land Trust in Sierra Valley and camping among 3 foot tall sagebrush next […]

It’s the Little Things

September 27, 2018

It’s the end of week one and it’s a Saturday. We were planning to hike/backpack up to Deer Heart Lake but ended up losing 4 people. The circling around the […]


September 24, 2018

For this blog post, I feel like answering the question, what is P-CREW? P-CREW is a super, fantastic, incredible, transforming, healing, hardworking, tough crying, deep sharing, smelly, dirty, silly, fun, […]

My New View from P-CREW

September 24, 2018

In my opinion, P-CREW has opened up my eyes in so many ways. I’ve learned how to I.D. multiple trees/flowers. I now know the difference between a red fir and […]

Group Dynamics- by Anonymous

September 13, 2018

It is said that groups of people go through five different stages during their time together. If you look for it, our crew follows these stages as well. The first […]

Hey Summer, Who Am I? by Irshad Stolden, Assistant Coordinator

May 24, 2018

Once again, it’s that wonderful time of year. The early sunrise and late sunset, the subtle breeze giving brief moments of coolness in the exhausting heat, the vibrant shades of […]

The Importance of Leave No Trace by Stella Miller

May 24, 2018

On Wednesday we moved to a new campground near Twain, from a campsite that was near Jewel Lake in some different wilderness (Caribou). I noticed some huge differences in how […]