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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: July 6, 2015

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The Discover Pass is your ticket to Washington's great outdoors. 
Learn more at
www.discoverpass.wa.gov.

For a list and maps of DNR-managed state trust lands that require the Discover Pass go to www.dnr.wa.gov/recreation.

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

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July 2015

DateTimeEvent / Sponsor / ActivityLocationContact
July 119 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Walker Valley ORV Area Monthly Work Party

Join DNR staff and other volunteers to help work on trails, clean ditches, haul gravel, brush trails, paint, and pick up garbage.

 

What to bring

Volunteers should bring a hard hat, gloves, weather-appropriate clothing, lunch, and water.

 

This event is eligible for a voucher toward an annual Discover Pass.


 

 

Walker Valley ORV Area

Meet at the Walker Valley Trailhead at 18652 Peter Burns Rd., Mount Vernon, WA. Get directions.

Jim Cahill

360-854-2874 James.Cahill@dnr.wa.gov
 

July 119 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Elbe Hills ORV Area Monthly Work Party

Join DNR staff and other volunteers to care for trails in the Elbe Hills ORV Trail System.

 

What to bring

Volunteers should bring shovels, gloves, and boots. Other tools may be provided.

 

This event is eligible for a voucher toward an annual Discover Pass.

 

Elbe Hills State Forest

Meet at the Elbe Hills ORV Trailhead.

 

Directions

Start at Elbe and go east on SR-706 for 6.3 miles. Turn left on 278th Avenue East (paved, then gravel). Go 3.1 miles. Keep right. Go .6 miles. Turn left for .1 mile to trailhead.

Nancy Barker

253-312-4301 Nancy.Barker@dnr.wa.gov

July 187 a.m. 2 p.m.

Teanaway Trails Work Party

Join DNR staff and volunteers to maintain trails in the Teanaway Community Forest.

 

What to bring

Volunteers should bring water, snacks or lunch, gloves, and boots. Dress for working outdoors.

 

This event is eligible for a voucher toward an annual Discover Pass.

 

Teanaway Community Forest

Meet at the Teanaway Campground

 

Directions

From eastbound I-90: take exit 85 and turn left to WA-970 and then right onto WA-970.  Continue 6.5 miles and turn left onto Teanaway Road.  Continue 7.5 miles and turn left onto West Fork Teanaway Road.  In .5 miles the campground will be on the left.

Stephanie Margheim

509-925-0984

Stephanie.Margheim@dnr.wa.gov

July 19 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Sadie Creek Work Party

Join DNR staff to work on trails in the Sadie Creek trail system. Work duties include: tread work, brushing and other duties to keep Sadie trails fresh for the season.

 

What to bring

Volunteers should bring digging and brushing tools, gloves, boots, water, and lunch. Dress accordingly for weather and working outdoors. Feel free to bring your bike, ATV, or ATV trailer to help haul materials or just to get around.

 

This event is eligible for a voucher toward an annual Discover Pass.

 

 

Sadie Creek Trailhead

 

Directions

From Port Angeles travel west on HWY 101. Turn Right onto HWY 112 and follow for 18.4 miles. Turn Left onto East Twin River Road. Parking is at first right, follow signs

Justin Zarzeczny

360-460-2075

Justin.Zarzeczny@dnr.wa.gov


 

 

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 Contacts

Kirk Thomas
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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