You don’t have to adopt an entire trail to help the park! If you have a day to give to the trail or you’re willing to be on a list of people who can occasionally help, please email email@example.com. Here are some upcoming projects that may interest you as well:
- Join a Washington Trails Association trailwork party! The WTA will be hosting several work parties during the summer of 2017! Online signup is required; please follow this link to join in! Note that trailwork won’t begin on Mount Spokane until after the snow has melted.
- If you have any questions, please contact hweiler(at)wta.org
- Online sign-up required! It lets the crew leader plan the correct number of tools for the work party, plus the very important snacks, drinks, and cookies! All tools are provided; just bring yourself, dressed appropriately for trail work, and some comfortable work gloves. If you’re not sure, read the FAQs about trailwork here.
- Once summer arrives, help ensure the Nordic trails are ready for next season! Watch the Spokane Nordic website for updates regarding work days.
- Help work on a restoration project at the CCC cabin. More information to be added soon.
- Help work on a restoration project at the Cook’s cabin woodshed. More information to be added soon.
Adopt-a-Project (email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up)
The following is a list of projects Mount Spokane would like to see adopted; please check back often to see if there are any additions to our wish-list! Adopt-a-Project is perfect for a group that would like to dedicate a day or two to the park without the year-long commitment of the Adopt-a-Trail program.
- Build a natural bench for quiet contemplation: the far north end (dead-end) of trail 103.
- Build a natural bench for quiet contemplation: trail 121 above the tributary of Deadman Creek.
- Build a natural featured horse watering trough along trail 130 between Bald Knob Campground and the CCC cabin.
- Help with re-vegetation and erosion control on closed/rerouted trails.
- Rerouted sections of trail 140
- Illegal trail eradication and re-vegetation (as need arises)