Stewardship - Cheasty Greenspace

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Stewardship - Cheasty Greenspace

Come out and join our partners with the Cheasty Greenspace group. You will be helping restore the trail corridor for Seattle's first forested mountain biking trails.

Info
COVID-19: Learn about our most up-to-date guidance for participants and leaders on our COVID-19 Response page. All participants and leaders must agree to the COVID-19 Code of Conduct before participating in this Mountaineers activity.
  • For Beginners (Getting Started Series)
  • Mileage: 0.5
  • Elevation Gain: 100 ft

Contact

Volunteer CheastyGreenspace
info@cheasty.org

Cheasty Forest Stewards, info@cheasty.org

WHERE TO MEET

The approximate address is: 4513 Cheasty Blvd S, Seattle 98108. This is located
2 blocks east of Beacon Ave in the field west of Cheasty maintenance yard.

WHERE TO PARK

Street parking is available or use the parking lot at Jefferson Park. If you're super smart you'll walk or ride your bike...because it's going to be a bike park!

Join our partners with the Cheasty Greenspace group trying to bring more natural places for urban dwellers.

This activity is being offered through the Green Seattle Partner program and is not being run by The Mountaineers. You must RSVP to them here AND with them as well.

ACTIVITIES

You will be helping restore the trail corridor for Seattle's first forested mountain biking trails. Ripping out blackberry = satisfying. Learning about native habitat = enlightening. Working together = rewarding. All of this added together = Having fun.

  • Open to the public
  • All ages OK

Please register here and with the event planners 


Badges

participants will earn:

Route/Place

Cheasty Greenspace


Roster
Required Equipment

Required Equipment

What to Bring

Clothing that can get dirty (because they will!) • Long pants and a long sleeve shirt (helps protect against prickly plants) • Sturdy shoes that can handle some mud (closed toed shoes are required: work boots, hiking boots, or running shoes are all fine). • Full water bottle.

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