NWTA Scappoose Work Party
April 9, 2016 from 9:45 am - 2:30 pm
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No exact address. Take Hwy 30 north from Cornelius Pass road about 3 miles. Turn left onto Rocky Point Road (veer left up hill). Drive up Rocky Point road for about a mile. Park near blue gate on the right on a very sharp corner of the road. It will be obvious as there will be many people there. We will have the gate open so people can drive inside. Four wheel drive is not required, but recommended as it gets muddy there.
Gareth Cooper is an 8 grade student at Rachel Carson Environmental Science School in Beaverton. He is volunteering with the Friends of Scappoose and Northwest Trail Alliance as part of his 8th grade Action Project.
Please come volunteer with him for a morning of work and fun doing some trail building on these great trails. There are a number of projects that need to be accomplished
After working there will be food (adult beverages and soft drinks), prizes (1:30 pm – 2:30 pm) as well as an opportunity to ride the trail.
What time: 9:45 am Safety meeting starts at 10 am.
What to bring: Water, work gloves, sturdy shoes, dress for the weather. Tools will be provided.
For catering purposes please let me know if you can come. Register on my event page.
Any questions: email@example.com Ph: 503-593-5249