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Let’s Pull Together for Trails!

May 18, 2018 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Calling volunteers! On Friday, May 18th let’s all pull together with Greenbelt Land Trust to repair sections of trail at Bald Hill Farm. This trail system is a popular gateway to natural areas, so come show it some love! By pulling together, we can improve our community trails for all to use. This is the first of a two-day trails event. Volunteer for one day or both!

The Activity:

  • Patch damaged sections of trail and re-engineer an eroded switchback. We’ll be shoveling gravel and moving it up to 1 mile in motorized toters. Hand tools will be used to apply gravel to trails.
  • Be active at your own pace for several hours. Hike up to 6 miles on uneven natural surface trail where poison oak may be present. Carry hand tools and gear, shovel, lift, bend, and rake.
  • Safety considerations: Rough, uneven natural surfaces. Poison oak may be present. Loud equipment. Please bring protective gloves or use those provided for you. Wear long sleeves, long pants, and close-toed sturdy footwear.

The Location:

Location is at TBA site at the Bald Hill Farm/Fitton Green Natural Areas. Directions will be sent to registered participants prior to the event.

To Register:

For more information and to register, click HERE.

*All youth under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.

Any questions? Please email GLT’s Land Steward, Elizabeth Records.

**Want to help with both trail work and weed removal? Join us Saturday, May 19th for Day 2 of Let’s Pull Together for Trails! For more info/to register for Day 2, click HERE.

Event Hosts:

This event is co-hosted by Benton County Cooperative Weed Management Area (CWMA) members: Greenbelt Land Trust, Heart of the Valley Runners, and Benton County Natural Areas & Parks. Let’s Pull Together is organized by the CWMA and SOLVE as part of Oregon’s Invasive Weed Awareness Week.


May 18, 2018
9:00 am - 3:00 pm
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Bald Hill Farm


Greenbelt Land Trust