Liberty Lake Conservation Area.
Just got this notice from the Washington State Trails Association:
Did you know that your favorite hikes into Washington’s wildlands are made possible by the efforts of thousands of volunteers keeping these public trails in great condition? Washington Trails Association’s volunteer trail maintenance program fills this void, and is ever more important for the future of our hiking trails. We need your help to keep these trails in great shape for miles and miles to come. Give back to your favorite hiking trails with a day of volunteer trail work.
WTA hosts over 700 work parties throughout Washington each year. Volunteers remove downed logs after spring snowmelt, cut away brush, retread worn trail, and build bridges and drainage structures. No prior experience is necessary, just a desire to work with great people, to have fun playing in the dirt and to contribute to something that benefits all of us. We provide you with the tools and the training; you bring your lunch, work gloves, work at your own pace, and have fun.
August – October
August 7 – 14 Salmo-Priest Loop
August 28 – 29 Salmo-Priest
September 2 Liberty Lake
September 11 Liberty Lake
September 12 Liberty Lake
September 25 Liberty Lake
September 26 Liberty Lake
october 9 Liberty Lake
October 10 Liberty Lake
For a full schedule of work parties and to sign up,
go to www.wta.org or
call (206) 625-1367.