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.
One-day and weekend trips tackled several of WTA's Signature Projects for 2011. A highlight of the year was celebrating the completion of the Glacier Basin re-route at Mount Rainier National Park, an effort four summers in the making. On Guemes Island WTA volunteers and island residents cut the ribbon on . And at Evans Creek Preserve, more than 250 WTA volunteers spent 7,300 hours helping the City of Sammamish build trail, boardwalk and bridges for two miles of trail that now run through their new park.
In addition, WTA volunteers built a sturdy wooden bridge on the Cape Horn Trail in the Columbia River Gorge, finished a re-route to accommodate a new bridge that will provide renewed access to Trout Lake on the West Fork Foss trail, as well as providing much-needed maintenance to 105 trails across the state.
Thank you to all who volunteered in 2010! If you are interested in volunteering see our Work Party Schedule.
Locations of One-Day and Weekend Work Parties for 2011
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