Thursday, May 26th was a warm, muggy spring day and we had a great time working with staff from PNW National Outdoor Leadership School. In a special session scheduled to accommodate their work week, 15 volunteers logged more than 100 hours and cleared over 1000 feet of new trail! Thanks NOLS!
Trail Update: May 28, 2022
On Saturday, May 28th nineteen (19) hearty volunteers cleared another thousand feet of trail. To see more photos of our volunteers, and the work, go to Instagram and Facebook. Registration is open for the Saturday, June 11th session. Since it falls on “graduation weekend” we expect to be short on volunteers. Please contact us toContinue reading “Trail Update: May 28, 2022”
Trail Update: May 14, 2022
On Saturday, May 14th twenty (20) volunteers, shown below, made real progress. More work was completed on the bridge, while the rest of us cleared trail. At day’s end nearly a quarter mile of new trail had been roughed out. Below you can see that we are ready with another trail section that’s ready toContinue reading “Trail Update: May 14, 2022”
Moving rock across the creek using a hi-line!
On Saturday, April 23 we had great weather and a solid turnout with 15 hard working volunteers, all contributing their time and energy to the project! The Skagit Valley Herald attended and wrote about it. We had three teams working. One team at the trail entrance, spreading top soil and planting grass seed. Another teamContinue reading “Moving rock across the creek using a hi-line!”