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Sign up: REI project boosts Little Spokane trail


A great blue heron take refuge in the still water near the banks of the Little Spokane River at Riverside State Park's Indian Painted Rocks Trail in Nine Mile Falls.
 (INGRID Barrentine/ / The Spokesman-Review)
A great blue heron take refuge in the still water near the banks of the Little Spokane River at Riverside State Park's Indian Painted Rocks Trail in Nine Mile Falls. (INGRID Barrentine/ / The Spokesman-Review)

TRAILS -- The Spokane REI store is trying to round up a crew of several hundred volunteers for a brief but massive effort to reroute a portion of a popular Little Spokane River trail off private land.

Join the group!  These service projects are fun and satisfying.

In cooperation with Riverside State Park, the store’s annual family-friendly Service Day project is set for 9 a.m.-noon on Saturday (June 1), National Trails Day.

Helpers will redirect the Valley Trail downstream from Indian Painted Rocks onto state park land.

Individuals should preregister at the REI website.

Larger groups contact Carol Christensen at the store, 328-9900.




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