Day Hike - Gold Creek Pond Restoration

Gold Creek Pond Restoration

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9:00 AM at Gold Creek Pond Parking Lot
Help us improve habitat in this vital wildlife corridor by distributing wood chips and straw to recent planting areas. Beverages, snacks, work gloves, and tools will be provided, but bring a lunch and extra water. If you have your own favorite gardening gloves, feel free to bring those as well.

Where: Gold Creek Pond on the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest. When: Meet at 9:00am to group up. Orientation starts at 9:30am. Work should wrap up by 3pm.

Directions: Meet at the Gold Creek pond parking lot. Drive Interstate 90 east to Exit 54, two miles east of the Snoqualmie Pass summit. Take the exit to turn north, crossing under the freeway. A few hundred feet north of the highway interchange, turn right onto a narrow paved road (Forest Service road 4832) and drive east parallel to the freeway for one mile. Turn left on Gold Creek Road (142) and then left again in 0.3 mile into the lot. You are there.
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