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A special thanks to: King County for their continued support 2014 for the Friends of the Trail Program, the United States Forest Service, Snohomish County, the Plum Creek Foundation, and the Mountaineers Foundation.  Without these  contributions as well as many individual contributions, Friends of the Trail would not be able to do the important work of making Washington beautiful, clean, and safe, for everyone to enjoy.

Join us for volunteer opportunities in areas such as the Sultan Basin in    Snohomish County, Lake Cle Elum & Kachess in Kittitas County, as well as the beautiful Middle Fork Snoqualmie River in King County to name a few.  We work 5 days per week—Wednesday through Sunday on a wide variety of projects.                                 

 Imagine this!  Friends of the Trail cleaned up over 2,200 tons of garbage from our public lands and waterways through the use of court appointed community service and volunteers work, since 1997 excluding appliances, abandoned vehicles, and tires.  Much of the garbage cleaned up is hazardous to our public areas and wildlife and much is removed directly from waterways.

If you would like to join us in a clean up or provide other volunteer assistance with outreach/education, please call, or e-mail.  We go out pretty much every weekend and many weekdays.  Hope to see you at the next one!