How to Get Involved with the SCA
Join our Bi-Annual Highway 57 Cleanup Crew: The SCA has been cleaning up the same section of Hwy 57 each year since 1990. Email SCA@SCAWILD.ORG to join the next clean-up on the first Sunday of May and October at 10 AM at the 16.5 Highway 57 milepost.
Join our Priest Lake Water Quality Monitoring Crew (May-September): Join Volunteer Captain Bruce Yocum on the SCA boat collecting water samples, temperature, and other data up and down Priest Lake. Email SCA@SCAWILD.ORG for more information.
Support our Priest River clerical staff: Help with bulk mailings, filing, and scanning work. Got graphic design or WORDPRESS experience? Email SCA@SCAWILD.ORG or Call (208.448.1110) the office for more information.
Host a neighborhood gathering: Help SCA staff and supporters build our membership base. Email SCA@SCAWILD.ORG or Call (208.448.1110) the office for more information.
Support our Remote Camera Monitoring Projects: These cameras take literally thousands of pictures which must be sorted and categorized to be used in reports and projects. Email SCA@SCAWILD.ORG or Call (208.448.1110) the office for more information.
Lead a Hike or Outdoor Class: Are you a skilled outdoorsman/woman with a passion for the Selkirks? Starting in 2017, the SCA will be looking to offer hikes and educational programs to increase enthusiasm and awareness of this special region.
Email SCA@SCAWILD.ORG or Call (208.448.1110) the office for more information.
Make a Donation: SCA is only as strong as our membership and contributor base. A strong SCA stands strong for conservation and protection of the crucial and sensitive natural resources of the Selkirk Mountains; its watershed, its forests, lakes, streams, and rivers. A strong SCA is a force to stop unnecessary destruction of forests, especially old-growth, where it negatively affects wildlife, water quality, and plant life.