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Arlene Brooks 12-01-2009 11:32 AM

Cleanup planned at Tahuya -
Department of Natural Resources has announced a cleanup at the Tahuya State Forest - located near Belfair - December 5-6 10:00 am. to 2 p.m.; potluck will follow the cleanup activities on both days.

Partners in the cleanup are the Tahuya/Green Mountain Focus Group; Wheelers of Washington and Mudslingers 4x4 Association.

Meet at Oak Patch - mile marker 4.5 on Elfendahl Pass road; bring gloves, camp chair and potluck dish. The event will take place rain or shine - with a covered area provided for the potluck.

Directions: Take Highway 3 to Highway 300 (North Shore Road), turn right on Belfair -Tahuya Road, turn right on Elfendahl Pass Road, follow signs.

For more information cntact Jesse Sims at 360-801-5097 at
Arlene Brooks, WA. State Director

dirk 12-02-2009 11:41 AM

Thanks Arlene...

The Wheelers of Washington Association is paying for the dumpster & the Mudslingers 4x4 Club is donating some honey buckets for the event.

Hoping to see a few of you out there.


Little Toot 12-04-2009 12:10 AM

I'm going to try and make it out there sunday

dirk 12-04-2009 03:06 PM

The clean up is this weekend...SAT 12/05 - SUN 12/06!!!!

Click HERE for driving directions to Oak Patch @ Tahuya State Forest.

Click HERE for a DNR map of the trail system.

The clean up should officially last from 10am - 2pm each day...followed by a potluck on SAT. Be sure to bring your favorite dish! The Wheelers of Washington Association (WOW) will put out signs on Elfendahl Pass Road & have a booth set up by the dumpster in Oak Patch. While you are at the work party, please use one of the 4 Honey Buckets donated for the event...this will keep us from filling up the DNR bathrooms & save them money in the long run. It is pretty expensive to have them pumped.

We will want to separate the junk as it comes back to the dumpster area:
  • All tires will all be picked up by Les Schwab in Belfair for free!
  • Scrap metal can be taken to a recycler & earn someone some extra cash
  • Appliances (computer, tv, refrigerator) will cost extra to dispose of...let's keep those items separate
  • Everything else can be tossed into the dumpster
Be sure to stop by the WOW booth & sign up as a volunteer...putting your name down will make sure you are covered in case of injury & make sure we get credit for your volunteer hours. We will also have membership applications available.

See everyone tomorrow morning :thumbup:

rollnhvy 12-04-2009 09:06 PM

Brian you can dispose of Tv's and computers for free with the e-cycle washington program.

dirk 12-05-2009 11:24 PM


Originally Posted by rollnhvy (Post 9357)
Brian you can dispose of Tv's and computers for free with the e-cycle washington program.

Thanks Joe...we will look into that :thumbup:

We filled one dumpster & had enough for another...

Lots of scrap & electronics...

Les Schwab in Belfair came by to pick up all the tires we found...for FREE! Be sure to send them your business & tell them why...

Dogfather 12-08-2009 10:57 AM

wholly Smokes that was allot of Trash, reminded me of Shore Patrol..

Thanks Folks

dirk 12-08-2009 11:30 AM

A big thanks to the Quadrapaws for the warm welcome...looking forward to working together again :thumbup:

zukkev 01-11-2010 06:46 AM

Man, that was a lot of trash!!!:yikes: Good Job to all that helped out!!!:D

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