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New bench on Boy Scout Camp Trail honors volunteer Jaenicke

Longtime Juneau resident Herb Jaenicke was devoted to local trails and the local Boy Scouts program.
Photo: Making way for wheelchairs

Steve Ricci, left, and Peter Cross work Monday on the Boy Scout Camp Trail. The project to make the trail wheelchair-accessible is nearly complete. The 1.5-mile trail begins at about mile 27 Glacier Highway, near the Herbert River. | | |
Juneau Empire Story Archive

...and local briefly THE JUNEAU EMPIRE Trees cut near Boy Scout Camp trail JUNEAU - Some people enjoying the sunshine near...weekend were surprised to see a clearcut by the Boy Scout Camp trail. `It was so shocking,'' said Mary Waston...
Thinking of Sharon

...continued to grow, and I kept running into her sometimes in the most unlikely places. A few summers ago we were by the Boy Scout Camp trail head when she came bursting out of the woods on what appeared to be a long, solo trail run. Her face was red and...
Grant secures access to scout camp trail, wetlands

...put 148 acres of private land near the head of the Boy Scout Camp Trail and the Herbert River into public hands. The U...will allow the city to buy land at the head of the Boy Scout Camp Trail near the Herbert River and Eagle Beach, according...
Tongass sales comment period begins

...Service proposes selling six parcels of land in the Tongass National Forest, including 6 acres near Juneau's Boy Scout Camp Trail and 10 acres near the Kensington Mine. Other lands selected for potential sale are near Craig, Sitka and Kake...
USFS ponders sale near Boy Scout trail

...Juneau's most beloved trails, the Boy Scout Camp Trail. It's worth the effort...through, the trailhead of the Boy Scout Camp Trail and its immediate surroundings...the easy walking trail. The Boy Scout Camp Trail is one of a limited number...
My turn: Don't develop parcel

...Empire on Feb. 26, concerning the federal plan to sell a 6-acre parcel of U.S. Forest Service land near the Boy Scout Camp Trail. Sound off on the important issues at I have lived in the Herbert Eagle River Valley for 15 years and have frequented...
A group of 50 dedicates new addition to Amalga Meadows

...the new Eagle Beach State Recreation Area shelter. The Herbert River Wetlands, a 148-acre parcel at the head Boy Scout Camp Trail, was recently purchased by the city from Shorty Tonsgard, owner of Channel Construction. The purchase ended several...
State sues to open camp gate

...bordering as well. Some hikers were upset in April to discover 6 acres had been clearcut along the road accessing Boy Scout Camp Trail. Some thought the logged land was public, but Tonsgard owns it and had state permission to harvest up to 14 acres...


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