Join Chelan-Douglas Land Trust and Butte Brand for a fun fall day of volunteering at Nason Creek Alcove! We will meet in Wenatchee at 8:30 am and carpool to the site about an hour away. Once there, we will focus our efforts on:
- Brush removal in a small parking area and trail
- Installing a few steps in a steep portion of trail
- Installing an informational sign
- Removing a fence
Depending on the task you choose, the work will be light to heavy, involve hiking less than a mile and using hand tools such as loppers, hand saws, hoes and shovels. We will break for lunch at 1 pm, overlooking Nason Creek, where CDLT staff will explain the history of the property, its importance for salmon, and future habitat restoration plans. You can expect to return to our original meeting spot in Wenatchee by 3 pm.
CDLT will provide instruction, tools, snacks, water to refill your own bottle, extra gloves and lunch. Please bring a water bottle, and wear sturdy clothing you can get dirty, including close-toed shoes. If you have any dietary restrictions, we recommend bringing your own food.
Please RSVP so we can provide you with more details for the volunteer event as the date approaches, and get an accurate head count for lunch.
*All outdoor events are weather and conditions dependent. Canceled events will be rescheduled if possible.
Questions? Please contact Olivia Schilling, Stewardship & Trails Assistant: [email protected], 509-667-9708.