National Make A Difference Day brings community service to a whole new level each year. Organizations join forces on the fourth Saturday in October to make a difference, big or small. This year the Chelan-Douglas Land Trust invites you to plant native bunchgrass seedlings at Horse Lake Reserve for a restoration project.
Horse Lake Reserve
Join us on Tuesday, September 28th from 9 am - 12 pm for brush removal at Horse Lake Reserve. This work will likely be light to moderate and involve hiking 2-5 miles, bending, crouching, and using hand tools such as loppers and hand saws along the way.
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Horselake Road in Wenatchee, which leads to the popular Horse Lake Reserve trails, is now closed because of extreme hot and dry conditions and a concern over wildfires.
Join us at Horse Lake Reserve for trail maintenance from 2-6 pm on Thursday, May 6th! We will be brushing out several trails and clearing drainage dips on the Apricot Crisp trail. The work will be easy to moderate difficulty and involve hiking 2-3 miles and using hand tools such as loppers, folding saws, hoes, and McLeods along the way.
A variety of habitat types provide shelter for many bird species at Horse Lake. Join Susan Ballinger and Jane Zanol for this early-morning trip above the Wenatchee Valley during prime birding season.
Run Wenatchee will be holding the Horse Lake Trail Runs this year (with COVID safety precautions in place) at CDLT's beautiful Horse Lake Reserve in the Wenatchee Foothills! The proceeds from the race go directly to the Land Trust for trail maintenance and development!
Horse Lake Road may be closed intermittently this month as utility poles are replaced.
CDLT needs big sagebrush seed for restoration work at Spiva Butte Nature Preserve in Douglas County, whic
Monday, September 28 (weather permitting) a contractor will be spraying herbicide on Russian knapweed at Horse Lake Reserve in the Glacier View trail area and near the access road north of the lower barn. They will be using ATVs for the application. No closures.