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DNR's Volunteer Calendar 
 


Interested in recreation on DNR-managed lands? Want to get involved? Consider volunteering.

There are all sorts of ways you can get involved in improving recreation on DNR-managed lands. Help build and repair trails. Restore or monitor a stream. Paint buildings. Build a bridge. Attend a meeting and provide your input. Check out upcoming volunteer opportunities on our calendar below...

UPDATED: March 27, 2015

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2015:  March  |  April  |  May  |  June  |  July

Volunteers must be 18 or older or have pre-approved parental signature on volunteer form. 

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March 2015

DateTimeEvent / Sponsor / ActivityLocationContact
March 28 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Great Gravel Pack-In
Join DNR staff and partners from Back Country Horsemen of Washington, Washington ATV Association, and Evergreen Sportsmen's Club to maintain Capitol State Forest trails.

What To Bring
Gloves, water, and raingear

** This event is eligible for a voucher toward a complimentary Discover Pass

For more information, check out this year's Great Gravel Pack-In flier.

Capitol State Forest

Meet at Mima Falls Campground.

 

Directions

  • From I-5 Turn onto WA-121 / Maytown Rd SW going west towards Littlerock
  • 3.6 mi Turn left onto Mima Rd SW
  • 1.3 mi Turn right onto Bordeaux Rd SW
  • 0.7 mi Turn right onto Marksman St SW
  • 0.9 mi Arrive at Mima Falls Campground near Marksman St SW, Olympia, WA 98512

 

 

Nick Cronquist
360-480-2700
Nick.Cronquist@dnr.wa.gov
March 288:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Jones Creek ORV Trail Work Party
Join DNR staff and partners from Jones Creek Trail Riders Association for Jones Creek trail maintenance.

What To Bring
Gloves, weather appropriate clothing, lunch and water. An ATV or motorcycle is also recommended for transportation.

** This event is eligible for a voucher toward a complimentary Discover Pass

Yacolt Burn State Forest
Meet at the Jones Creek ORV Trailhead.

Directions:
  • Start in Camas at junction with SR-14. Go N on SR-500 for 3.8 mi. to Fern Prairie
  • Turn right on NE 19th St. and go .8 mi.
  • Turn right on NE Reilly Rd., which becomes NE 292 Ave. Go 1.9 mi.
  • Turn right on NE Ireland Rd.
  • G .2 mi., turn left on NE Lessard Rd. At 2 mi., pavement ends.
  • Continue on gravel road for 1.6 miles to trailhead.

Joe Chavez
360-356-0536

Joe.Chavez@dnr.wa.gov
March 288:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Oyster Dome Work Party

Join DNR staff, members from the Washington Trails Association (WTA), and other volunteers to rebuild the steep, nasty sections of trail leading to Oyster Dome.

 

What to bring
Wear weather appropriate clothing, gloves and boots. Bring lunch.

 

Please register for this event online with WTA.

** This event is eligible for a voucher toward a complimentary Discover Pass


 

Blanchard Mountain

Meet at Samish Overlook on Blanchard Mountain and be prepared for a flat 1.5-mile hike to the worksite.

  • Start at I-5, exit 240.
  • Turn Northwest on Samish Lk Rd.
  • Go 0.5 mi to Barrel Springs Rd, turn left.
  • Go 0.6 mi and turn right on DNR Rd.
  • Go 3.8 mi to Blanchard Forest Block to Samish Overlook

Rick Foster
360-391-2429
rick.foster@dnr.wa.gov

March 289 a.m. to 3 p.m. Little Si Trail Maintenance
Join DNR staff and partners from the Mountains to Sound Greenway to do trail maintenance at Little Si.

What To Bring
Bring a daypack, sack lunch, water, gloves, weather appropriate clothing, and hiking boots. 
 


Please sign up with Mountains to Sound Greenway
 

** This event is eligible for a voucher toward a complimentary Discover Pass

 

Little Si

Directions

  • Start at I-90, exit 32, 436 Ave SE.
  • Turn left, travel .6 miles. Turn left on SE North Bend Way, travel .3 miles.
  • Turn right on Mount Si Road. At .3 miles, overflow parking on left.
  • Continue .2 miles to Little Si Trailhead on left.
Sam Jarrett
(206)375-0448
Sam.Jarrett@dnr.wa.gov
March 298:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Oyster Dome Work Party

Join DNR staff, members from the Washington Trails Association (WTA), and other volunteers to rebuild the steep, nasty sections of trail leading to Oyster Dome.

 

What to bring
Wear weather appropriate clothing, gloves and boots. Bring lunch.

 

Please register for this event online with WTA.

** This event is eligible for a voucher toward a complimentary Discover Pass


 

Blanchard Mountain

Meet at Samish Overlook on Blanchard Mountain and be prepared for a flat 1.5-mile hike to the worksite.

  • Start at I-5, exit 240.
  • Turn Northwest on Samish Lk Rd.
  • Go 0.5 mi to Barrel Springs Rd, turn left.
  • Go 0.6 mi and turn right on DNR Rd.
  • Go 3.8 mi to Blanchard Forest Block to Samish Overlook

Rick Foster
360-391-2429
rick.foster@dnr.wa.gov

March 299 a.m. to 3 p.m. Reiter Foothills Work Party
Join DNR staff at the Reiter Foothills Forest to help repair bypass routes and sign the new trails in the 4x4 area. 


 

** This event is eligible for a voucher toward a complimentary Discover Pass

 

Reiter Foothills Forest
Meet at the Lower Parking Lot in Reiter Foothills Motorized Area.


Directions to Reiter Foothills

  • From Gold Bar, head east on State Highway 2.
  • Turn left on Reiter Road.
  • After 1 mile stay to the right at the ‘Y’ in the road and continue on Reiter Road.
  • Left after 3.2 miles onto a DNR forest road commonly known as Deer Flats Road.
  • Continue to the parking area, which will be marked.

 

 

Ben Hale
360-854-8451
ben.hale@dnr.wa.gov

April 2015

DateTimeEvent / Sponsor / ActivityLocationContact
April 4 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Bradley ORV Trail Work Party
Join DNR staff and partners from Dirt Church ATV to do rail hardening and rock hauling. The event will start with breakfast and a safety briefing.

What To Bring
Weather-appropriate clothing, water, lunch, and an ATV.

** This event is eligible for a voucher toward a complimentary Discover Pass

 

Bradley ORV Trailhead

Directions

  • Start at junction of SR-407 and SR-4.
  • Go north on SR-407 for 3.4 miles.
  • Turn right on Beaver Creek Road.
  • Go 4.3 miles.
  • Turn left on B-1000 Road (gravel, one lane) for 1.7 miles.
  • Trailhead on right.
Joe Chavez
360-751-1334
Joe.Chavez@dnr.wa.gov
April 49 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friends of Capitol Forest monthly work party
Join DNR staff and volunteers from Friends of Capitol Forest for a work party. Work to improve road crossing areas, remove wood supports on beams, and drainage. Children are welcome. There is often a mountain bike ride after the work party.

What To Bring
Bring clothes appropriate for weather conditions and work gloves. Bring your lunch and something to drink if desired. Tools will be provided.

** This event is eligible for a voucher toward a complimentary Discover Pass

 

Capitol State Forest
Meet at the "Y" intersection of Waddell Creek Road and Sherman Valley Road.
Nick Cronquist
360-480-2700
nick.cronquist@dnr.wa.gov
April 49 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tiger Mountain Trail Maintenance
Join DNR staff and partners from Mountains to Sound Greenway for trail maintenance on Tiger Mountain.

What To Bring
Bring a daypack, sack lunch, water, gloves, weather appropriate clothing, and hiking boots. 
 


Please sign up with Mountains to Sound Greenway
 

** This event is eligible for a voucher toward a complimentary Discover Pass

 

Tiger Mountain State Forest

Directions

  • From Issaquah, go east on I-90 to exit 25.
  • Turn right onto SR-18. Go 4.5 miles to Tiger Summit.
  • Turn right.
  • Take Westside Road to left .3 miles to site on right.
Sam Jarrett
(206)375-0448
Sam.Jarrett@dnr.wa.gov
April 9 to April 19 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day Yacolt Burn Motorized Trail Building
Join DNR staff and partner's from Piston's Wild Motorsports to complete two sections of motorized trail to be ready for the May opener. Work will include brushing, signage, rock hauling, culvert installation, and trail hardening.

What To Bring
Lunch, water and weather appropriate clothing. There is a need for donated equipment. If interested please contact Crystal Crowder at 360-606-1648.
 

** This event is eligible for a voucher toward a complimentary Discover Pass

 

Yacolt Burn State Forest
Meet at the L1500 and L1560 intersection in Yacolt Burn State Forest.
Joe Chavez
360-751-1334

Jose.chavez@dnr.wa.gov

April 11

9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Walker Valley Public Outreach Party and Annual Garbage clean-up
Join Timber Tamers 4x4 club and DNR staff to help spread awareness about ORV trail riding rules and their importance to maintaining viable trails visitors can enjoy for years to come. Volunteers will also be picking up garbage.


What To Bring
You’re invited to bring your own 4x4 vehicle for outreach on the ORV trails. DNR will also have informational materials volunteers can hand out on foot.

 

** This event is eligible for a voucher toward a complimentary Discover Pass

 

Walker Valley
Meet at the Walker Valley Trailhead Information Kiosk 18652 Peter Burns Rd.,
Mount Vernon

Get Directions

Jim Cahill
360-854-2874
jim.cahill@dnr.wa.gov

April 11 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Rock Creek Spring Clean-up
Join DNR staff and partners from Back Country Horsemen to prepare the campground for the upcoming summer. Work will include trail brushing, storm clean-up, corral sprucing, outhouse painting and other general work.

What To Bring
Gloves, weather-appropriate clothing, lunch, and water.


 

** This event is eligible for a voucher toward a complimentary Discover Pass

 

 

Yacolt Burn State Forest
Meet at Rock Creek Campground

Directions

  • Continue north on L-1000 Road from entrance of Cold Creek Camp toward Dole Valley Road  for .7 miles.
  • Site entrance is on right.
Jason Lenz
360-751-1334

Jason.Lenz@dnr.wa.gov
April 118:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Oyster Dome Work Party

Join DNR staff, members from the Washington Trails Association (WTA), and other volunteers to rebuild the steep, nasty sections of trail leading to Oyster Dome.

 

What to bring
Wear weather appropriate clothing, gloves and boots. Bring lunch.

 

Please register for this event online with WTA.

** This event is eligible for a voucher toward a complimentary Discover Pass

 

Blanchard Mountain

Meet at Samish Overlook on Blanchard Mountain and be prepared for a flat 1.5-mile hike to the worksite.


Directions

  • Start at I-5 exit 240
  • Turn Northwest on Samish Lk Rd.
  • Go 0.5 mi to Barrel Springs Rd, turn left.
  • Go 0.6 mi and turn right on DNR Rd.
  • Go 3.8 mi to Blanchard Forest Block to Samish Overlook

 

 

Rick Foster
360-391-2429
rick.foster@dnr.wa.gov

April 119 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tiger Mountain Trail Maintenance
Join DNR staff and partners from Mountains to Sound Greenway for trail maintenance on Tiger Mountain.

What To Bring
Bring a daypack, sack lunch, water, gloves, weather appropriate clothing, and hiking boots. 
 


Please sign up with Mountains to Sound Greenway
 

** This event is eligible for a voucher toward a complimentary Discover Pass

 

Tiger Mountain State Forest

Directions
  • From Issaquah, go east on I-90 to exit 25.
  • Turn right onto SR-18. Go 4.5 miles to Tiger Summit.
  • Turn right.
  • Take Westside Road to left .3 miles to site on right.
Sam Jarrett
(206)375-0448
Sam.Jarrett@dnr.wa.gov
April 1111 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wildfire Awareness and Campground Clean-Up
Join DNR staff and partners from Selah Cub Scout Pack #276 to clean out fire pits and pick up litter at Ahtanum Campground.

What To Bring
Please bring water, snacks or lunch, and dress for working outdoors in inclement weather. Some hand tools and gloves will be available, but you may also bring your own.

** This event is eligible for a voucher toward a complimentary Discover Pass

 

Whites Ridge Trailhead
Meet at Whites Ridge Trailhead.

Directions

  • Exit I-82 to Valley Mall Boulevard.
  • Left on Longfiber Road.
  • Right onto Ahtanum for 13 miles. 
  • Turn right onto North Fork Road at the Tampico Store.
  • Proceed 10 miles to the Middle Fork Road.
  • Whites Ridge Trailhead is on the left past the guard station.

 

 

Stephanie Margheim
509-925-0984

Stephanie.margheim@dnr.wa.gov

Jeff Jones
509-925-2862
jeff.jones@dnr.wa.gov

April 128:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Oyster Dome Work Party

Join DNR staff, members from the Washington Trails Association (WTA), and other volunteers to rebuild the steep, nasty sections of trail leading to Oyster Dome.

 

What to bring
Wear weather appropriate clothing, gloves and boots. Bring lunch.

 

Please register for this event online with WTA.

** This event is eligible for a voucher toward a complimentary Discover Pass

 

Blanchard Mountain

Meet at Samish Overlook on Blanchard Mountain and be prepared for a flat 1.5-mile hike to the worksite.

Directions

  • Start at I-5 exit 240
  • Turn Northwest on Samish Lk Rd.
  • Go 0.5 mi to Barrel Springs Rd, turn left.
  • Go 0.6 mi and turn right on DNR Rd.
  • Go 3.8 mi to Blanchard Forest Block to Samish Overlook

Rick Foster
360-391-2429
rick.foster@dnr.wa.gov

April 189 a.m. to 4 p.m.

South Fork Ahtanum Clean-up
Join DNR staff and partners from Jeeping Nomads to pick up litter and clean up dispersed camping and shooting areas in the Ahtanum State Forest.

What To Bring
Please bring water, snacks or lunch, gloves and boots. Dress for working outdoors in inclement weather.

** This event is eligible for a voucher toward a complimentary Discover Pass

 

Ahtanum State Forest
Meet at South Fork Ahtanum Road at the gate.

Directions

  • From I-82, take exit 36. 
  • Turn onto E Valley Mall Boulevard, continue straight to Longfibre Road. 
  • Turn left and travel south to Ahtanum Rd. 
  • Turn right and continue west for 14 miles. 
  • Turn left on to South Fork Ahtanum Road, continue 8 miles to the gate.

Stephanie Margheim
509-925-0984
S
tephanie.margheim@dnr.wa.gov

Jeff Jones
509-925-2862
jeff.jones@dnr.wa.gov

 

April 249 a.m. to 4 p.m.

BBQ Flats Work Party
Join DNR staff to work tearing down old fence, building new fence, and preparing BBQ Flats for summer recreation.

What To Bring
Please bring gloves, fencing tools, post pounders, water, and lunch. Please dress accordingly for weather and working outdoors. Contact Jeff or Stephanie if you can to bring a tractor or tools.


** This event is eligible for a voucher toward a complimentary Discover Pass

 

BBQ Flats

Directions

  • From I-82: Take exit 26.
  • Turn right onto WA-821 north and left onto WA-823 south. 
  • In 2 miles turn right onto North Wenas Road. 
  • In 20 miles turn left onto Maloy Road and follow out to BBQ Flats. 
  • Please drive slowly on Maloy Road near the homes.
Stephanie Margheim
509-925-0984
stephanie.margheim@dnr.wa.gov

Jeff Jones
509-972-2862 jeff.jones@dnr.wa.gov
April 258:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Jones Creek ORV Trail Work Party
Join DNR staff and partners from Jones Creek Trail Riders Association for Jones Creek trail maintenance.

What To Bring
Gloves, weather appropriate clothing, lunch and water. An ATV or motorcycle is also recommended for transportation.


** This event is eligible for a voucher toward a complimentary Discover Pass
Yacolt Burn State Forest
Meet at the Jones Creek ORV Trailhead

Directions

  • Start in Camas at junction with SR-14. Go N on SR-500 for 3.8 mi. to Fern Prairie
  • Turn right on NE 19th St. and go .8 mi.
  • Turn right on NE Reilly Rd., which becomes NE 292 Ave. Go 1.9 mi.
  • Turn right on NE Ireland Rd.
  • G .2 mi., turn left on NE Lessard Rd. At 2 mi., pavement ends.
  • Continue on gravel road for 1.6 miles to trailhead.
Joe Chavez
360-356-0536

Joe.Chavez@dnr.wa.gov
April 258:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Oyster Dome Work Party

Join DNR staff, members from the Washington Trails Association (WTA), and other volunteers to rebuild the steep, nasty sections of trail leading to Oyster Dome.

 

What to bring
Wear weather appropriate clothing, gloves and boots. Bring lunch.

 

Please register for this event online with WTA.

** This event is eligible for a voucher toward a complimentary Discover Pass

 

Blanchard Mountain

Meet at Samish Overlook on Blanchard Mountain and be prepared for a flat 1.5-mile hike to the worksite.

Directions

  • Start at I-5 exit 240
  • Turn Northwest on Samish Lk Rd.
  • Go 0.5 mi to Barrel Springs Rd, turn left.
  • Go 0.6 mi and turn right on DNR Rd.
  • Go 3.8 mi to Blanchard Forest Block to Samish Overlook

Rick Foster
360-391-2429
rick.foster@dnr.wa.gov

April 259 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tiger Mountain Trail Maintenance
Join DNR staff and partners from Mountains to Sound Greenway for trail maintenance on Tiger Mountain.

What To Bring
Bring a daypack, sack lunch, water, gloves, weather appropriate clothing, and hiking boots. 
 


Please sign up with Mountains to Sound Greenway
 

** This event is eligible for a voucher toward a complimentary Discover Pass

 

Tiger Mountain State Forest

Directions

  • From Issaquah, go east on I-90 to exit 25.
  • Turn right onto SR-18. Go 4.5 miles to Tiger Summit.
  • Turn right.
  • Take Westside Road to left .3 miles to site on right.
Sam Jarrett
(206)375-0448
Sam.Jarrett@dnr.wa.gov
April 259 a.m. to 4 p.m.

BBQ Flats Work Party
Join DNR staff to work tearing down old fence, building new fence, and preparing BBQ Flats for summer recreation.

What To Bring
Please bring gloves, fencing tools, post pounders, water, and lunch. Please dress accordingly for weather and working outdoors. Contact Jeff or Stephanie if you can to bring a tractor or tools.


** This event is eligible for a voucher toward a complimentary Discover Pass

 

BBQ Flats

Direction
  • From I-82: Take exit 26.
  • Turn right onto WA-821 north and left onto WA-823 south. 
  • In 2 miles turn right onto North Wenas Road. 
  • In 20 miles turn left onto Maloy Road and follow out to BBQ Flats. 
  • Please drive slowly on Maloy Road near the homes.
Stephanie Margheim
509-925-0984
stephanie.margheim@dnr.wa.gov

Jeff Jones
509-972-2862 jeff.jones@dnr.wa.gov
April 268:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Oyster Dome Work Party

Join DNR staff, members from the Washington Trails Association (WTA), and other volunteers to rebuild the steep, nasty sections of trail leading to Oyster Dome.

 

What to bring
Wear weather appropriate clothing, gloves and boots. Bring lunch.

 

Please register for this event online with WTA.

** This event is eligible for a voucher toward a complimentary Discover Pass

 

Blanchard Mountain

Meet at Samish Overlook on Blanchard Mountain and be prepared for a flat 1.5-mile hike to the worksite.

Directions

  • Start at I-5 exit 240
  • Turn Northwest on Samish Lk Rd.
  • Go 0.5 mi to Barrel Springs Rd, turn left.
  • Go 0.6 mi and turn right on DNR Rd.
  • Go 3.8 mi to Blanchard Forest Block to Samish Overlook

Rick Foster
360-391-2429
rick.foster@dnr.wa.gov

May 2015

DateTimeEvent / Sponsor / ActivityLocationContact
May 2 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Pick up the Burn
Join DNR staff and partners to clean up the Yacolt Burn State Forest. Meet at 8 a.m. for breakfast, safety briefing, and assignments. Lunch will be provided at 2 p.m.

What To Bring
Work gloves, weather appropriate clothing

** This event is eligible for a voucher toward a complimentary Discover Pass
Yacolt Burn State Forest
Meet at the Jones Creek ORV Trailhead.

Directions
  • Start in Camas at junction with SR-14. Go N on SR-500 for 3.8 mi. to Fern Prairie
  • Turn right on NE 19th St. and go .8 mi.
  • Turn right on NE Reilly Rd., which becomes NE 292 Ave. Go 1.9 mi.
  • Turn right on NE Ireland Rd.
  • G .2 mi., turn left on NE Lessard Rd. At 2 mi., pavement ends.
  • Continue on gravel road for 1.6 miles to trailhead.
Jason Lenz
360-751-1334

Jason.Lenz@dnr.wa.gov
May 2 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friends of Capitol Forest monthly work party
Join DNR staff and volunteers from Friends of Capitol Forest for a work party. Work to improve road crossing areas, remove wood supports on beams, and drainage. Children are welcome. There is often a mountain bike ride after the work party.

What To Bring
Bring clothes appropriate for weather conditions and work gloves. Bring your lunch and something to drink if desired. Tools will be provided.

** This event is eligible for a voucher toward a complimentary Discover Pass

 

Capitol State Forest
Meet at the "Y" intersection of Waddell Creek Road and Sherman Valley Road.
Nick Cronquist
360-480-2700
nick.cronquist@dnr.wa.gov

May 9

9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Walker Valley Public Outreach Party
Join Timber Tamers 4x4 club and DNR staff to help spread awareness about ORV trail riding rules and their importance to maintaining viable trails visitors can enjoy for years to come. 


What To Bring

You’re invited to bring your own 4x4 vehicle for outreach on the ORV trails. DNR will also have informational materials volunteers can hand out on foot. 

 

** This event is eligible for a voucher toward a complimentary Discover Pass

 

 

Walker Valley
Meet at the Walker Valley Trailhead Information Kiosk 18652 Peter Burns Rd.,
Mount Vernon

Get Directions

Jim Cahill
360-854-2874
jim.cahill@dnr.wa.gov

May 9 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Whites Ridge Trial Work Party
Join DNR staff to clear debris, repair water bars, install trail markers, and use pack stock to pack in tools and materials.

What To Bring
Please bring water, lunch, gloves, boots, and dress for the weather. Please contact Jeff or Stephanie about a list of tools and if you plan to bring pack stock.

Ahtanum State Forest
Meet at Whites Ridge Trailhead.

Directions

  • Exit I-82 to Valley Mall Boulevard.
  • Left on Longfiber Road.
  • Right onto Ahtanum for 13 miles. 
  • Turn right onto North Fork Road at the Tampico Store.
  • Proceed 10 miles to the Middle Fork Road.
  • Whites Ridge Trailhead is on the left past the guard station.

 

 

Stephanie Margheim
509-925-0984

Stephanie.margheim@dnr.wa.gov

Jeff Jones
509-925-2862
jeff.jones@dnr.wa.gov

May 169 a.m. to 4 p.m. Abandoned Camp Clean-up
Join DNR staff and partners from Pacific Northwest Four Wheel Drive Association - Region 4 to clean up an old hunting camp on a four-wheel drive trail. Work party requires Four-wheel drive, ATV, or Jeep to navigate moderate to difficult terrain.

What To Bring
Water, lunch, loves, boots, weather-appropriate clothing.

** This event is eligible for a voucher toward a complimentary Discover Pass


Meet at Nasty Creek Corrals

Directions

  • Exit I-82 to Valley Mall Boulevard. 
  • Left on Longfiber Road. Right onto Ahtanum for 13 miles. 
  • Turn right onto North Fork Road at the Tampico Store.
  • Continue 3.5 miles and turn right on Nasty Creek Road. 
  • Corrals are at North Fork Road and Nasty Creek Road intersection.

Stephanie Margheim
509-925-0984

Stephanie.margheim@dnr.wa.gov

Jeff Jones
509-925-2862
jeff.jones@dnr.wa.gov

May 1610 a.m. to 2 p.m. Stone Lodge/ Suncrest Trust Land Clean-up
Join DNR staff and partners from Inland Northwest Wildlife Council to help clean up Suncrest trust land.

What To Bring
Water, lunch, gloves, and appropriate footwear such as boots or good hiking shoes.

** This event is eligible for a voucher toward a complimentary Discover Pass


 

Suncrest Trust Land
State trust land near Spokane, Washington.


Directions
Kyle Pomrankey
509-685-2719

kyle.pomrankey@dnr.wa.gov
May 219 a.m. to 4 p.m.

BBQ Flats Work Party
Join DNR staff to work tearing down old fence, building new fence, and preparing BBQ Flats for summer recreation.

What To Bring
Please bring gloves, fencing tools, post pounders, water, and lunch. Please dress accordingly for weather and working outdoors. Contact Jeff or Stephanie if you can to bring a tractor or tools.


** This event is eligible for a voucher toward a complimentary Discover Pass

 

BBQ Flats

Directions

  • From I-82: Take exit 26.
  • Turn right onto WA-821 north and left onto WA-823 south. 
  • In 2 miles turn right onto North Wenas Road. 
  • In 20 miles turn left onto Maloy Road and follow out to BBQ Flats. 
  • Please drive slowly on Maloy Road near the homes.

Stephanie Margheim
509-925-0984

Stephanie.margheim@dnr.wa.gov

Jeff Jones
509-925-2862
jeff.jones@dnr.wa.gov

May 229 a.m. to 4 p.m.

BBQ Flats Work Party
Join DNR staff to work tearing down old fence, building new fence, and preparing BBQ Flats for summer recreation.

What To Bring
Please bring gloves, fencing tools, post pounders, water, and lunch. Please dress accordingly for weather and working outdoors. Contact Jeff or Stephanie if you can to bring a tractor or tools.


** This event is eligible for a voucher toward a complimentary Discover Pass

 

BBQ Flats

Directions

  • From I-82: Take exit 26.
  • Turn right onto WA-821 north and left onto WA-823 south. 
  • In 2 miles turn right onto North Wenas Road. 
  • In 20 miles turn left onto Maloy Road and follow out to BBQ Flats. 
  • Please drive slowly on Maloy Road near the homes.

Stephanie Margheim
509-925-0984

Stephanie.margheim@dnr.wa.gov

Jeff Jones
509-925-2862
jeff.jones@dnr.wa.gov

May 239 a.m. to 4 p.m.

BBQ Flats Work Party
Join DNR staff to work tearing down old fence, building new fence, and preparing BBQ Flats for summer recreation.

What To Bring
Please bring gloves, fencing tools, post pounders, water, and lunch. Please dress accordingly for weather and working outdoors. Contact Jeff or Stephanie if you can to bring a tractor or tools.


** This event is eligible for a voucher toward a complimentary Discover Pass

 

BBQ Flats

Directions

  • From I-82: Take exit 26.
  • Turn right onto WA-821 north and left onto WA-823 south. 
  • In 2 miles turn right onto North Wenas Road. 
  • In 20 miles turn left onto Maloy Road and follow out to BBQ Flats. 
  • Please drive slowly on Maloy Road near the homes.

Stephanie Margheim
509-925-0984

Stephanie.margheim@dnr.wa.gov

Jeff Jones
509-925-2862
jeff.jones@dnr.wa.gov

May 30 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Jones Creek ORV Trail Work Party
Join DNR staff and partners from Jones Creek Trail Riders Association for Jones Creek trail maintenance.

What To Bring
Gloves, weather appropriate clothing, lunch and water. An ATV or motorcycle is also recommended for transportation.


** This event is eligible for a voucher toward a complimentary Discover Pass
Yacolt Burn State Forest
Meet at the Jones Creek ORV Trailhead.

Directions
  • Start in Camas at junction with SR-14. Go N on SR-500 for 3.8 mi. to Fern Prairie
  • Turn right on NE 19th St. and go .8 mi.
  • Turn right on NE Reilly Rd., which becomes NE 292 Ave. Go 1.9 mi.
  • Turn right on NE Ireland Rd.
  • G .2 mi., turn left on NE Lessard Rd. At 2 mi., pavement ends.
  • Continue on gravel road for 1.6 miles to trailhead.

 

Jose Chavez
360-356-0536

Joe.Chavez@dnr.wa.gov

June 2015

DateTimeEvent / Sponsor / ActivityLocationContact

June 6

9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Friends of Capitol Forest monthly work party
Join DNR staff and volunteers from Friends of Capitol Forest for a work party. Work to improve road crossing areas, remove wood supports on beams, and drainage. Children are welcome. There is often a mountain bike ride after the work party.

What To Bring
Bring clothes appropriate for weather conditions and work gloves. Bring your lunch and something to drink if desired. Tools will be provided.

** This event is eligible for a voucher toward a complimentary Discover Pass

 

 

Capitol State Forest
Meet at the "Y" intersection of Waddell Creek Road and Sherman Valley Road.

 Nick Cronquist
360-480-2700
nick.cronquist@dnr.wa.gov

June 6 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

BBQ Flats Work Party
Join DNR staff to work tearing down old fence, building new fence, and preparing BBQ Flats for summer recreation.

What To Bring
Please bring gloves, fencing tools, post pounders, water, and lunch. Please dress accordingly for weather and working outdoors. Contact Jeff or Stephanie if you can to bring a tractor or tools.


** This event is eligible for a voucher toward a complimentary Discover Pass

 

BBQ Flats

Directions

  • From I-82: Take exit 26.
  • Turn right onto WA-821 north and left onto WA-823 south. 
  • In 2 miles turn right onto North Wenas Road. 
  • In 20 miles turn left onto Maloy Road and follow out to BBQ Flats. 
  • Please drive slowly on Maloy Road near the homes.

 

 

Stephanie Margheim
509-925-0984

Stephanie.margheim@dnr.wa.gov

Jeff Jones
509-925-2862
jeff.jones@dnr.wa.gov

June 139 a.m. to 4 p.m.

BBQ Flats Work Party
Join DNR staff to work tearing down old fence, building new fence, and preparing BBQ Flats for summer recreation.

What To Bring
Please bring gloves, fencing tools, post pounders, water, and lunch. Please dress accordingly for weather and working outdoors. Contact Jeff or Stephanie if you can to bring a tractor or tools.


** This event is eligible for a voucher toward a complimentary Discover Pass

BBQ Flats

Directions

  • From I-82: Take exit 26.
  • Turn right onto WA-821 north and left onto WA-823 south. 
  • In 2 miles turn right onto North Wenas Road. 
  • In 20 miles turn left onto Maloy Road and follow out to BBQ Flats. 
  • Please drive slowly on Maloy Road near the homes.

 

Stephanie Margheim
509-925-0984

Stephanie.margheim@dnr.wa.gov

Jeff Jones
509-925-2862
jeff.jones@dnr.wa.gov

June 20 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

BBQ Flats Work Party
Join DNR staff to work tearing down old fence, building new fence, and preparing BBQ Flats for summer recreation.

What To Bring
Please bring gloves, fencing tools, post pounders, water, and lunch. Please dress accordingly for weather and working outdoors. Contact Jeff or Stephanie if you can to bring a tractor or tools.


** This event is eligible for a voucher toward a complimentary Discover Pass

 

 

BBQ Flats

Directions

  • From I-82: Take exit 26.
  • Turn right onto WA-821 north and left onto WA-823 south. 
  • In 2 miles turn right onto North Wenas Road. 
  • In 20 miles turn left onto Maloy Road and follow out to BBQ Flats. 
  • Please drive slowly on Maloy Road near the homes.

 

 

Stephanie Margheim
509-925-0984

Stephanie.margheim@dnr.wa.gov

Jeff Jones
509-925-2862
jeff.jones@dnr.wa.gov

June 279:30 a.m. to 4:40 p.m.

Trail 613 Log Out
Join DNR staff and partners from Eastern Washington Adventures to clear debris from Trail 613. Volunteers will be starting at Nasty Creek and continuing up Louie Way Gap to the snow level. Those wishing to participate should have a four-wheel drive ATV or Jeep and experience navigating moderate to difficult terrain.

What To Bring
Water, lunch, gloves, boots, and weather-appropriate clothing.

** This event is eligible for a voucher toward a complimentary Discover Pass

 

Nasty Creek Corrals

Directions

  • Exit I-82 to Valley Mall Boulevard. 
  • Left on Longfiber Road. Right onto Ahtanum for 13 miles.
  • Turn right onto North Fork Road at the Tampico Store.
  • Continue 3.5 miles and turn right on Nasty Creek Road. 
  • Corrals are at intersection of the North Fork Road and Nasty Creek Road.

Stephanie Margheim
509-925-0984

Stephanie.margheim@dnr.wa.gov

Jeff Jones
509-925-2862
jeff.jones@dnr.wa.gov

July 2015

DateTimeEvent / Sponsor / ActivityLocationContact

 

 

 

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Field Operations Coordinator
Washington State Department of Natural Resources
360-902-1645
kirk.thomas@dnr.wa.gov

Ken Dean
Forest Watch Program Coordinator
360-902-1701
kenneth.dean@dnr.wa.gov

Eryn Akers
Recreation Communications & Outreach Coordinator
Washington State Department of Natural Resources
360-902-1066
eryn.akers@dnr.wa.gov

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