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Volunteer for trail work from Liberty Lake to Salmo-Priest

Jane Baker, right, coaches Washington Trails Association volunteers Jeff Hugus, left, and Randy Greyerbiehl as they saw a log off the Shedroof Divide Trail. The volunteers spent last weekend clearing more than 80 blowdowns off a two-mile section in the Colville National Forest. (The Spokesman-Review)
Jane Baker, right, coaches Washington Trails Association volunteers Jeff Hugus, left, and Randy Greyerbiehl as they saw a log off the Shedroof Divide Trail. The volunteers spent last weekend clearing more than 80 blowdowns off a two-mile section in the Colville National Forest. (The Spokesman-Review)

PUBLIC LANDS – The Washington Trails Association once again is organizing projects to build or maintain popular non-motorized trails in northeastern Washington, from Spokane Valley to the Salmo-Priest Wilderness.

The group projects range from one-day stints to week-long volunteer vacation projects that culminate in great accomplishments in spectacular areas.

Liberty Lake hiking trails are getting attention this month, starting with session on Saturday, followed by sessions May 12, 14 and 28.

Colville National Forest volunteer vacations to consider include:

Get information and sign up for these projects at www.wta.org


  




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