Late-breaking news. You can help the River Exchange do some needed cleaning and trail maintenance on the Dog Trail, which accesses the Pacific Crest Trail from the south side of Castle Crags near Castle Creek.
Here are the details:
The River Exchange is reaching out for help from the community for a Dog Trail Clean-Up and Maintenance Day on Saturday, October 2nd at 9:00 a.m. The Dog Trail is a popular access trail to the Pacific Crest Trail in the Castle Crags Wilderness Area. Helpers of all ages and abilities are encouraged to participate in performing some much-needed maintenance on Dog Trail, with direction from local U.S. Forest Service Recreation Officer, Kai Allen.
Volunteers are being asked to lend a hand to clean up the Dog Trail trailhead parking area, perform basic trail maintenance and to place new signs marking the Wilderness Boundary. The need for this work was identified by the survey team who inventoried the recreation impacts in Castle Crags Wilderness Area this summer. The survey was funded by a National Forest Foundation -Wilderness Stewardship Challenge grant awarded to The River Exchange to partner with the U.S. Forest Service.
A limited number of volunteers will be able to participate in this event, so prospective volunteers are asked to contact The River Exchange to register. Volunteers are asked to wear sturdy boots, long-sleeved shirt, long pants and work gloves. Volunteers should also bring a lunch, water and sunscreen. Garbage bags and all of the required work tools will be provided by The River Exchange and the Shasta-Trinity National Forest.
For more information and to register for the Dog Trailhead Clean-up Day, contact The River Exchange at 235-2012 or at email@example.com.
The River Exchange is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to promoting healthy watersheds through education, stewardship, restoration and community involvement.
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