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TRAILS — Several local groups are joining the Washington Trails Association to upgrade Spokane-area trails this month. Most of the work parties are on weekends, but there's a project set for Thursday at Mount Spokane.
Read on to for details about all the September projects, including a major effort at the Iller Creek Conservation Area in Spokane Valley.
VOLUNTEERING OUTDOORS — Helpers are needed for two reconstruction projects on popular trails near Spokane this month.
The Washington Trails Association is coordinating the work as follows:
Mount Spokane, Sept. 1 and 15 – the last of several Thursday work parties on re-routes of trails popular with hikers and equestrians.
Iller Creek, Sept. 17, 18, 24, 25 and Oct. 15-16 – Rerouting 1,000 feet of trail around a nasty steep rutted section in the prized Conservation Futures area on the east side of Tower Mountain.
The work qualifies toward credit for free Discover Passes, said local WTA trail work crew leader Jane Baker.
Sign up for the work parties online.