Provide stabilization, rehabilitation, and impact reduction at campsites. Remove and restore excessive campsites, 42%; Provide noxious weed control, 17%; Provide trail hardening and seasonal maintenance in addition to obliteration and restoration of unnecessary trails, 34%; assist with public contacts and education while in the wilderness, 7%. The first 3 weeks of the job are devoted to training and pulling noxious weeds at many trailheads and at two locations in the wilderness. The remaining 9 weeks will be spent at locations in several Wilderness areas with a focus on a few high use areas and performing heavy trail maintenance on both the main trail and various side trails to campsites and climbing areas. Restoration work includes decompacting soil, installing rock "icebergs' to deter camping, hauling rock, logs, and duff for mulch. For one or more work tours the crew of 5 people will work a two week cycle; camping in remote wilderness destinations for up to 9 days, then take 5 days off.