Cattle Fence Setup – Teanaway Love Day 2019
Fence Set-up volunteers:
- Please view this example video of how to secure the fence posts.
- If you arrive late, you can consult this map of the fence project sites to join up with a group.
Campsite Cleanup volunteers:
- If you arrive late, please register at Teanaway campground, and consult this project site map to join a crew at Teanaway, Indian, or 29 Pines campgrounds.
For safety, volunteers are required to wear:
- Long pants made of sturdy material
- Sturdy, close-toed shoes
- Gloves (provided)
- Hard hats for construction projects (provided
In addition, we recommend that participants bring:
- Rain gear and/or sun protection
- Bug repellent
- Long sleeved shirt
- At least one full water bottle
- Small daypack for snacks/food as needed, extra layers, etc…
Thank you signing up for this activity on Teanaway Love Day! To review the project details for your selected activity please visit: https://mtsgreenway.org/event/tcfloveday2019
About the Forest:
Community Forests are working landscapes where communities partner with land managers to preserve the forest and uses they love. The Teanaway Community Forest demonstrates how conservation, sustainable forestry and community partnership goals can be achieved. This beautiful 50,241-acre landscape lies at the headwaters of the Yakima Basin watershed. The state purchased the land in 2013 with funding provided by the Legislature and established Washington's first state-owned community forest. The forest contains nearly 400 miles of free-flowing streams and prime habitat for fish and wildlife. It has a history of grazing and timber harvests and offers unique recreation opportunities.
The Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is collaboratively managing the Teanaway Community Forest with Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) with significant public input from a community-based advisory committee. The collaborative has developed the Teanaway Community Forest Management Plan and recently completed a Recreation Plan. Community engagement is needed to help meet the goals of these plans! Join DNR and their partners to restore the landscape and maintain recreation amenities for everyone to enjoy.