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|REITER FOREST WORK PARTY SCHEDULED|
Next focus group is late October
September 29, 2010
(INDEX, WA) -- The next Washington State Dep’t of Natural Resources (DNR) sponsored Reiter Forest work party for volunteers is scheduled for October 2nd.
The field day picks up where volunteers left off on September 19th when DNR staffers and volunteers began reconnaissance efforts to collect information about potential areas for non-motorized trails.
|IRON GOATERS NEEDED|
To whack that trail into shape
September 21, 2010
(UPPER SKY VALLEY) -- Who wouldn’t want to work on a trail with a majestic name like the Iron Goat Trail?
The name itself verily breathes and heaves with the essence of the great outdoors and to boot it is right here in the Sky Valley.
|REITER FOREST WORK UPDATE|
Volunteer work party scheduled for this month
September 13, 2010
(UPPER SKY VALLEY, WA) -- The Washington State Dep’t of Natural Resources (DNR) will hold another volunteer work party field day on Sunday Sept. 19th.
The objective of this field day is to get more familiar with the non-motorized area and the potential opportunities for non-motorized trails and facilities. This is a chance to walk the area, and see and discuss trail possibilities,” said Candace Johnson Assistant Region Manager, State Lands.
|CLIMBER'S COALITION CEMENTS THE DEAL|
"Lower Index Town Wall" rock climbing area to be preserved for furure generations
August 28, 2010
(INDEX, WA) -- It’s been a while coming but the deal is done. The Washington Climbers Coalition (WCC) announced Friday that it has succeeded in its campaign to buy the Index Lower Town Wall, a premier rock climbing area near Index in the upper Sky Valley of Snohomish County.
“Climbers have been working for more than fifteen years to buy the Lower Town Wall” said Darryl Cramer, a WCC board member and guidebook author who has climbed at the Lower Town Wall for nearly 30 years. “We’ve pulled it off and ensured that the Lower Town Wall will remain open to climbing forever.”
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