Event description

Calling all trail builders, mountain bikers, and folks who generally like to toil in the soil!

Please join us on Saturday June 8th at 9 AM in the beautiful Tillamook State Forest to clear brush along the Wilson River Trail Our primary focus will be removing ferns, salal, oregon grape and salmon berry from the edges of the trail. Should be a great day out in the woods!

Register with the link provided below. This is critical to our planning process.

Meet us at The King’s Mountain Trailhead (12330 LA-22, Tillamook, OR 97141) at 9 am.

We will hike the trail & work along the way. We plan to clear major areas of brush along the Wilson River Trail. Please expect to hike a (maximum) total of 4 miles (round trip).

A majority of our work will be completed with handsaws, loppers & pruning shears. No experience necessary.

The plan is to return to our cars by 1pm. Please join us for a after work party beverages provided by Lagunitas Brewing (for age appropriate volunteers).

What to bring: Water, snacks & lunch. Also any other clothing/protection you’d want when doing landscaping type work (digging, raking, cutting/sawing, etc). Tools will be available but you are welcome to bring your own if you’ve got a favorite. Handsaws, Loppers & Pruners are welcome.

What to wear:

Pants (no shorts, please) & boots.
Sturdy work gloves (more than one pair is a good idea).
A light, long sleeved shirt.
Rain gear as appropriate for the weather.
Eye protection is recommended (eye glasses, safety glasses, etc.).
A hard hat or your bike helmet if you don’t have one.

Questions? Email: TimM@nw-trail.org


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