Wenatchee Foothills

CDLT Trails Program Manager Hanne Beener gives an update about the Wenatchee Foothills trail system on this KOHO101 radio interview.

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Join CDLT, North Central Regional Library & LINK for a special nature-themed storytime and activities!

LINK Bus will pick up patrons at 9:45 am Wenatchee Public Library (30 S. Wenatchee Ave.) A bilingual story will be shared during the bus ride to Saddle Rock.  

Enjoy the start of wildflower season and great views at the Horse Lake Reserve while helping to remove hazardous fencing. Work involves cutting brush that has grown through the fences, removing and rolling rusty barbed wire, and pulling out fence posts. Wear sturdy shoes, tough clothing, and leather gloves.

Enjoy the start of wildflower season and great views at the Horse Lake Reserve while helping to remove hazardous fencing. Work involves cutting brush that has grown through the fences, removing and rolling rusty barbed wire, and pulling out fence posts. Wear sturdy shoes, tough clothing, and leather gloves.

Join us on Thursday, May 7th from 2:30 - 6:00 PM for trail work in the Foothills, exact location TBD. Type of trail work TBD.

Join us for trail maintenance and brush removal at Horse Lake Reserve. This work will likely be light to moderate and involve hiking 2-5 miles and using hand tools such as loppers, hand saws, and McLeods along the way.

Join us at Horse Lake Reserve to help finish building the new shortcut trail between Homestead and the Old Ranch Rd! This is challenging, but rewarding and fun physical work outside.

Join us on Saturday, April 4th for the 3rd Annual SageFest - a volunteer trail event co-sponsored by Chelan-Douglas Land Trust (CDLT) and Central WA Evergreen Mountain Bike Association (EMBA). Where we meet will depend on trail and road conditions, and we will provide more information on this as we get closer to the event.

Join us on Thursday, March 26th for Balsamroot Trail maintenance. We will meet at 3 pm and have you back to your vehicles by 6 pm. This work will likely be light to moderate and involve hiking 2-3 miles and using hand tools such as hoes and McLeods along the way.

Controlling over 20 species of noxious weeds is one of our toughest stewardship duties. The timing of weed control treatments depends on the stage of plant growth and favorable weather conditions so we keep a flexible schedule.