Thank you to all our volunteers yesterday who came together to dismantle some structures up American Fork Canyon. It was a great evening up the canyon with pleasant temperatures and fresh air as we made our way up the hiking trail to the first section of structures. Some worked on dismantling the structures, while others lined up the logs to be cut up and dispersed the cut logs. Another group also hiked further up the trail to find additional structures that had been reported to us. The first few structures were dismantled and starting to be cut up when the hiking group returned to report 2 more larger structures up higher. We split the group with some going up to begin dismantling the upper structures while some stayed at the first site dispersing the cut up branches. After finishing at the first site, the rest of the group hiked to the upper site which had been dismantled and ready for cutting. By this point we had worked out a pretty good system and had the logs cut up quickly and dispersed. During this project there was also a bag of trash collected, and two large steel sections of piping removed from the area. The tools used on this project were purchased using a State OHV Fiscal Incentive Grant. These grants are funded by OHV registration, and are used only for projects that benefit OHV recreation. We are grateful the state has these grants available, and for the tools that allowed us to quickly and safely complete this project. Thanks again to our great volunteers who knocked out this project! Til' Next Time!