St. Maries High School woodshop students helped rebuild a historic trail sign for the Idaho Panhandle National Forests.

The Old Montana Trail interpretive sign is located at Conrad Crossing along Forest Highway 50 on the St. Joe Ranger District and was first constructed in 1978 by Boy Scouts of America Troop 485 of Opportunity, Wash.

The woodshop students, with the help of their teacher, Mike Noyse, and U.S. Forest Service employee Mandee Silvis, rebuilt the sign, which will be replaced at Conrad Crossing this summer.

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