State seeks National Trails Day volunteers
The State Department of Natural Resources is sponsoring six work opportunities in Washington, including one on the Little Si Trail, as part of the 19th annual National Trails Day on June 4.
Volunteers can help repair, relocate or refurbish trails on department-managed lands.
The work on Little Si Trail is being organized with help from the Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust.
Volunteers will help build rock retaining walls to stabilize the trail, and build rock turnpikes to repair muddy sections of the trail and improve drainage.
The work party runs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. June 4. Volunteers can join for any amount of time. Volunteers must wear long pants, hiking or work boots, and long-sleeved shirts. They should bring lunch, snacks, drinking water and rain gear.
Mountains to Sound Greenway will provide gloves and tools.
Register as a volunteer at http://mtsgreenway.org/volunteer or call Mountains to Sound Greenway at 206-812-0122.
The department and the Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance are organizing another work party at the Tiger Summit Trailhead west of North Bend. Get information about that event by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.