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Heybrook Ridge Stewardship Outing

10/27/12 (Sat)

Seattle Navigation

Gregory Testa   (Qualified Youth Leader)

9:00 AM

Heybrook Ridge Trailhead

Now is your chance to give back to the Mountaineers! This outing will clear summer growth and prepare the Heybrook Ridge stump areas for the Basic Navigation Field Trips in the fall and spring. The Navigation committee has a selection of loppers and machetes, but feel free to bring your own brush and landscaping tools from home.

If you're a Basic Alpine Climbing student then this activity qualifies as credit for your Stewardship graduation requirement.

The plan is to meet at the trailhead and be ready to go at 9am, cookies and coffee will be waiting for you when you arrive.

This is typically wet and dirty work so we recommend bringing older outerwear which you don't mind getting messed up. Also make sure to bring...rain pants, heavy leather gloves, gaitors, compass, 10 essentials, lunch, NW Forest Pass for each car, etc. Also it's possible that some of the stump signs will be missing, so bring your Navigation Field Trip handouts if you still have them because it might be useful to have the stump field maps and bearings.

Please carpool to reduce our footprint at the parking area by specifying your carpool preferences when you sign up.

Don't forget to bring your compasses (and gators)! The plan is to meet at the trailhead ready to go at 9AM. Cookies & coffee will be waiting for you there! It would be best for us to create several carpools to reduce our footprint at the TH parking area, so please update your carpool preferences when you sign up. As far as preparations for stewardship, let’s go through the list: Equipment: the Nav committee has a good selection of large loppers, but if you have favorite gardening/brush-cutting t... More

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22 participant spaces open

Leaders: 3 space(s) open

Registration closed on Fri, Oct 26 at 5:00 PM

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