Outpost team members volunteered their time to clean up the popular camping areas on Shadow Mountain that received high use this summer. Photo: Outpost

JACKSON, Wyo. — The weather may have not been ideal, but every single member of Outpost who volunteered their time on Tuesday, October 13 to participate in the Fall Clean Up did so with smiles on their faces.

Outpost made the trek out to Shadow Mountain and went about picking up trash around the base area and up the road to the other campgrounds. “This area has seen quite a bit of traffic this summer and even with the colder temps and rain, there were still a few dispersed campers and tents set up,” stated Outpost marketing director, Colleen Valenstein.

The Fall Clean Up was an opportunity for Outpost to give back to the Jackson Hole community. Photo: Outpost

The Outpost volunteers found the usual camper leftovers, although their friends at Ecotour Adventures had set them up for success in their earlier sweep of the area.
There were the usual banter and laughter amongst the crew and they left feeling accomplished and grateful.

“Outpost is constantly looking for ways to give back to the community. We cherish this town and environment that we feel so lucky to live and work in,” said Valenstein. “We want to be sure that we are educating visitors and respecting this beautiful place we all call home.”

Outpost would like to send a huge thank you to the Rotary Club of Jackson Hole, Phil Cameron at Energy Conservation Works, April and Alex Norton and Aaron Pruzan at Rendezvous River Sports for their efforts in organizing, as well as all of the other folks and businesses that participated in the cleanup. If your business is interested in getting a team together for next year, be sure to contact jhcleanup@gmail.com for more information on how you can help.

“We love Jackson Hole, let’s keep it clean!”