The Crew from the Kingston Starbucks Drive-thru working on the Alder Wetlands trail.
March 26, 2106
As of June 6th
Most of our trails have been brushed. Unfortunately, in this climate, we'll soon have to hit them again. If you notice any trails that are really getting narrow due to the encroaching vegetation, let us know. Better yet, contact us to let us know you'd like to help us clear them!
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We need all the help we can get, 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!
The logging operations are proceeding next to Hansville Rd. Olympic Resource Management has completed operations in the north half of the harvest area and has lifted the restrictions on hiking the "outback." Because of the hauling and other operations still active, they have kept the stretch of trail from Hansville Road to the trail right-of-way running east and west closed. This means that, although you can hike the trail, you can't get to Hansville Rd. yet. We'll let you know when it is opened again. Should be maybe 2 more weeks.
In other news, the National Day of Caring will take place on Friday, June 23rd. The project will be the re-surfacing of the Alder Wetlands trail that runs between Twin Spits road and Shoreview Drive. See the post for June 2017 under the Greenway Blog menu for details.