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Reiter Foothills meetings Jan 13 & Jan 30th

I thought I'd post this for Washington Wheelers. I got this off NWW which came for the DNR site. Just want more eyes to see this.



Workshop: Help Plan Trails and Restoration Projects

DNRís Northwest Region will be hosting a workshop to collect public input on restoration work and trail opportunities in Reiter Foothills Forest from 6 to 8 p.m., January 13 at the Commons, Monroe High School, 17001 Tester Rd., in Monroe.

The workshop is in conjunction with the overall Reiter Foothills Forest recreation planning process. As DNR prepares to put the plan into place, the agency will be collecting information about site-specific restoration and trail projects. Public involvement will be critical to the success of the plan.

For more information about the meeting, contact Candace Johnson, 360-854-2803 or [email protected].

Training: Forest Watch Volunteers

Are you interested in helping improve public safety and protecting the environment in Reiter Foothills Forest? DNRís Northwest Region will be hosting a free training opportunity for individuals interested in participating in a volunteer forest watch program in the Reiter Foothills Forest. The training is from 9 a.m. to approximately 3:30 p.m., Saturday, January 30. The location of the meeting will be decided later, based on the number of people who plan on attending.


Forest watch volunteers will patrol the Reiter Foothills Forest, providing a variety of key functions to help improve conditions in the area. Patrollers observe, document, and report suspicious or illegal activities. In addition, volunteer patrollers educate and communicate with fellow outdoor recreation enthusiasts about rules and appropriate conduct for recreating on DNR-managed land.

All program participants are required to attend a mandatory training session and:

∑ Pass a criminal background test.

∑ Have a current, valid driverís license.

∑ Be willing and able to document and report activities observed on patrols.

∑ Document and submit all time records and other volunteer paperwork.

∑ Participate in vehicle patrols on authorized forest roads, refraining from off road patrols until recreational trails are opened.

∑ Schedule patrol shifts.

Currently, forest watch volunteers are needed to help patrol during the temporary closure at Reiter Foothills. The program will expand beyond this to provide patrols for future recreation trails and facilities in areas that are being developed through the Reiter Foothills Forest recreation planning process.

If you are interested in attending the training, please RSVP by 4 p.m., January 11, by contacting David Way, Reiter Foothills Recreation Manager, at 360-854-2830 or [email protected]. We will notify all attendees of the location once that is determined.
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