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Signature Trail Projects 2010
A report on WTA's ten signature trail projects for 2010 - with details and a map of locations for each.
Trail Work Accomplishments 2010
Volunteers in 2010 turned out for 670 work parties on 148 trails all around the state. From the the Southwest Coast Wilderness Trail on the Pacific Ocean to the Salmo-Priest Loop in the very northeast corner of the state, volunteers were there building, rerouting and improving trails - logging out wind-blown trees, building bridges, boardwalk and rock walls, improving tread, hacking back brush and so much more.
One-Day Work Party Accomplishments 2010
In 2010, nearly 2200 volunteers took part in more than 570 one-day work parties - nearly a year and a half of non-stop trail work!
2011 Wall of Fame
Some WTA volunteers are out fixing trails several days of every week. Some have been coming out year after year for over a decade. So we want to recognize all of our faithful (and now famous) volunteers and to thank them for their dedication to WTA.
One-Day Work Party Accomplishments 2011
In 2011, nearly 2200 volunteers took part in more than 580 one-day work parties and celebrated some important projects along the way.
Volunteer Wall of Fame 2012
More than 2,600 volunteers worked on trails with WTA in 2012, and we appreciate every single one of them. But we especially want to thank these select groups of volunteers who have demonstrated exceptional dedication to trails this year.
Front-County Work Party Accomplishments 2012
WTA connected nearly 2,700 volunteers with needed trail projects across the state in 2012, contributing close to 100,000 hours of work. These volunteers contributed $2 million worth of service to Washington’s public lands in 2012.
Youth Trail Work Accomplishments 2012
WTA connected nearly 2,700 volunteers with needed trail projects across the state in 2012, contributing close to 100,000 hours of work. These volunteers contributed $2 million worth of service to Washington’s public lands in 2012.
Backcountry Trail Work 2013
Youth Trail Work 2013
Frontcountry Trail Work 2013
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WTA Trail Work Accomplishments 2013
In 2013, WTA fielded more than 104,000 hours of volunteer work on 190 trails statewide. Thank you to the record number of 3,300 volunteers who have dedicated a day or more to trails this year.
Check YOU Out: 9 Big Projects Completed By WTA Volunteers
Maybe you've encountered a WTA work crew on the trail. With their green hard hats and big smiles, they’re hard to miss. We want to shout a big THANK YOU to each and every one of those 3,300 enthusiastic volunteers who work hard year-round—for a day or a week at a time—to keep trails safe and hikable.
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