Trail Update: Work Party Feb 11

Since our last work party on Jan 28 progress has been made behind the scenes! Skagit County Parks and Recreation installed the trail head kiosk and our equipment had been repaired! JT, Jerry, and Art have been hard at work prepping the trail site for our volunteer work party on Feb 11.

Here’s the plan:

  • Prepare the upper meadow for spring seeding
  • Finish the rock retaining walls that are in progress
  • Spread a thin layer of ballast rock on the muddy sections of trail
  • Trail-side restoration (beyond the stock crossing)

There’s light work and there’s heavy work and lot of work in-between. We’ve got work for all ages and abilities! Everyone is welcome to join the project. (Please note that we have a little over 1/2 mile walk from the trail head to the trail site, some of it through bumpy gravel and unfinished trail slippery with mud).

Bring a raincoat and dress in layers. Bring lunch, water, and a snack. We will have our Treelines fire pit set up and hot drinks available at the trail head.

Fill out the online sign up form to let us know you are coming. If you are under 18 and haven’t filled out a minor waiver form for 2023, we will need you to bring that as well.

See you there!

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Skagit Trail Builders is 100% volunteer run. Our mission is to design, build, and advocate for multi-use community trails in Skagit County Parks

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