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Derelict Fencing Removal in the Teanaway Community Forest

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Date & Time
Saturday, September 24, 2022 | 10AM-1PM
Priority Area:
Location
Teanaway Community Forest
Project Difficulty
Moderate. You will be pulling out old barbed wire fences and hauling portions to the road, often walking through the forest off a trail.
Age Restriction
Ages 14 and up
What to Bring

Wear long sleeves and long pants with closed toed shoes. We will provide leather gloves, but you’ll need to protect the rest of your skin from contact with the barbed wire.

Where to Meet and Parking Information
Directions from I-90 in Cle Elum: Take exit 85 on I-90 to WA-10/WA-970 in Kittitas County. Turn right to stay on WA-10/WA-970 for 6.5 miles Turn left onto Teanaway Rd for 7.3 miles Turn left onto W Fork Teanaway Rd, go straight through and take it to the end of the pavement. Park on the left side of the road, off the turnaround. Meet your site lead in the turnaround, then carpool to the project location further up West Fork Teanaway Road.

Join the Mountains to Sound Greenway and DNR to celebrate National Public Lands Day with service! The Teanaway Community Forest is 50,241 acres of land co-managed by DNR and DFW with the input of a citizen advisory committee. There are derelict barbed wire fences cutting across the landscape that pose a danger to recreators and wildlife alike. Your project will be removing a section of derelict fencing! Meet your site lead at the West Fork turnaround and carpool to the section of fence that you’ll be pulling out. Gloves, wire cutters, and guidance will be provided on site.

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