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Service Project: Dickerson Creek Waterfall Trail #2

We are very excited to be heading back to finish the rest of the trail renovations at Dickerson Creek Waterfall Trail. We began this project last month by clearing out a new section of trail, installing log steps in the slippery areas, and retaining ledges to help with erosion. All of these upgrades will make the trail safer and more accessible for everyone. It is very important for us to give back to our community, and what better way than to work on a treasured local trail!

So please join us Monday, May 20th from 0930 to 1500 to help finish this part of the project.

Due to the high trail volume during the weekend we have to do work on Mondays, we know that it is hard to get away from work and other commitments, so we greatly appreciate those that take the time out of their busy days to help us with this project.

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Event Info:

  • Volunteers needed for the Dickerson Creek Waterfall Trail Maintenance.

  • Monday, May 20th, 2019.

  • 9:00am, Meet at the Ueland Trailhead at the end of Leber Rd (off Northlake Way), Bremerton.
    *Use caution when crossing the railroad tracks*

  • 9:30am, We will Carpool/Caravan in the one mile to the entrance of the Waterfall trail.
    In addition to up-keeping the existing trail, we will fix the new path to the portion of the creek that is down stream from the main water fall, so you can enjoy the cascading stream safely.

    Needs:

  • Wheelbarrows

  • Shovels

  • Rock Rakes

  • Pick Axes

  • Sledge Hammers

  • Mallets

  • Tampers

  • Drill with strong batteries

  • Drill bit to create a hole in the logs to pound Rebar through and Brush Clippers.

(Please mark your tools with our name and/or identifier tape).

Wear weather appropriate clothing, Boots, Eye & Ear Protection and Gloves.

Bring plenty of water and a lunch.

Note:

There are risks to being on a trail in the forest. You are volunteering at your own risk.

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