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Trail Work in the Cascade Mountains

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The Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust offers trail work opportunities during the dry season (usually May through October depending on the weather). You can help us build rock walls, erosion barriers, puncheons, and more! Volunteering with us is a great way to learn, give back, and get to know your community.

We are a local nonprofit dedicated to stewarding public lands along the I-90 corridor. Our trails program is primarily based out of the Middle Fork Snoqualmie River Valley. You can view upcoming events and register on our website here. If you register through GivePulse, you will *not* make it into our system.

Why trail work?

As funding for public land decreases, more volunteer work is needed to keep our trails safe and sustainable for the growing Seattle population. Trail work prevents erosion, which degrades the trail and its surrounding environment overtime, and keeps trails clear and accessible for users. Trails are a vital form of recreation, enabling thousands of people living in urban areas to experience the majestic temperate forests of the Pacific Northwest. Our trails program focuses on the Middle Fork Valley because it has been reclaimed from criminal misuse (illegal dumping, shooting, and drug use) and now provides easy access to pristine Cascade wilderness. 
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Location: locations vary, North Bend, WA 98045