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2009 Trail Assessment
It's officially spring and time for the first OHV Trail Work Party of 2009! We will be hosting a forest-wide work party to cover as much ground as possible for trail clearing and assessment work.
This project is co-hosted by the Oregon Motorcycle Riders Association and by Pacific Northwest 4x4 Association, Region 3. Both of these organizations contribute hundreds of volunteer hours on OHV trails each year and are a great way to get involved.
Project: Spring Trail Assessments & Clearing
Project Date: March 28 & 29, 2009
Meeting Time: Sign-In at 8:30 A.M. / Trail Work Starts at 9:00 A.M.
Meeting Location: 4x4 / Quads at Rogers Camp
Quads & Motorcycles at Smith Homestead
Help the Oregon Department of Forestry clear designated OHV trails and complete a spring trail condition and maintenance plan survey on the OHV trail network in the Browns Camp Jordan Creek, and Diamond Mill areas. Hike, drive or ride your favorite trails, clear storm debris and water drainage structures and fill out a condition assessment survey form.
This work will help ODF set maintenance priorities for the spring and identify potential volunteer work opportunities.
What to Bring:
* 4x4, ATV, or Motorcycle
(full safety gear required / all participants work in groups of two or more)
* Hand tools such as shovels, pulaskis, hand pruners / loppers, cables or chains for pulling woody debris out of road / ditch line
(ODF requires full PPE w/ chainsaw use - hardhat, goggles, gloves, chaps, ear protection, long pants / sleeves, leather shoes)
* Digital Camera (optional)
If you plan to participate, please contact Stephanie Beall at least one week prior to the work party date to let her know the dates you'll be out and how many folks you'll have with you.
FOR SPECIFIC PROJECT DETAILS:
* Jahmaal Rebb (503.359.7463) will be coordinating the work out of Rogers Camp.
* Dave Hiatt (5063.815.7024) will be coordinating the work out of Diamond Mill.
Flat Broke & 4 Wheelin': May you always find traction and NEVER PULL YOUR ROPE!
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