Building much-needed steps to the Hawk’s Hole Creek bridge
The slope before construction
Using rebar to stabilize step
Placing a step
Placing a step
As Of November 18th
The last few windstorms have kept us busy. Mostly it was on the trail west of Buck Lake. Lots of alder down to clear. There were a few trees down near the Ponderosa trailhead, too.
Dennis Kommer again volunteered his brushing machine and his donated time along with some additional time we purchased enabled us to get Otter Meadow and Bear Meadow mowed. We also widened the trail down the west side of Buck Lake. It had been slowing growing in and we needed some help reclaiming it!
The trails are still mostly dry and we hear that we can expect some more nice fall weather to enjoy the Greenway before winter sets in. So put on your boots and start walking!
Can’t remember where the sign are located? Check out our map in the General Information menu item. Remember, you can always load the Maprika app on your smart phone and import the Hansville Greenway map. With GPS enabled, you should be able to find your way with no problem.
Want to report stuff? Want to volunteer to help? Just e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or you can contact Art at 360-638-0738 to make your report. You can also comment on our Facebook page.
We are short of able-bodied people to help with maintenance, so if you’ve ever wanted to volunteer your time for a really good cause, we’d love to have you. Any time you can contribute is really appreciated! And you’ll get bragging rights for working with us! There is no “required” amount of time for volunteers to work. We are just happy to get any help we can get.
Dennis Kommer did great work mowing a couple of meadows and trails. We posted several pics on our Facebook page for you to see.
Want to help? Wish you could do a little trail work for your community? We have lots of “job openings!”
If you are not willing or able to help with physical work, consider signing up as a trail steward. These people play an important part in the management of the trail system. They serve as our eyes and ears.