Volunteer Opportunity: Capitol State Forest motorized trail work party

Capitol State Forest
Volunteers clear brush on a trail in Capitol State Forest. Photo: DNR/Christine Redmond

Join volunteers from Tacoma Trail Cruisers and DNR staff to help brush and maintain motorized trails in Capitol State Forest this weekend (August 6 & 7). This work party will focus on brushing the Middle Waddell Loop from C9000 to C9300 and work on the new Al Davis Trail from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m. each day.

Bring: gloves, machetes, pruners, lunch, eye protection, etc. The work party would appreciate those who could bring their gas-powered hedgers for brushing trails.

Find directions and other opportunities on DNR’s volunteer calendar

Don’t have a Discover Pass?
Volunteers who sign up at the site will be issued a temporary Discover Pass.

Discover Pass-eligible event
Volunteers participating in this event may apply their hours for a voucher toward a complimentary Discover Pass.

Learn more about the Discover Pass at www.discoverpass.wa.gov

For more information about the work party, contact Bob Ellsworth, Tacoma Trail Cruisers, or Nick Cronquist, DNR at 360-480-2700, or nick.cronquist@dnr.wa.gov

Visit www.dnr.wa.gov/recreation to find out more about recreation on DNR-managed state trust lands in Washington State, including what’s open, what’s closed, and special advisories.

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