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Bridle Trails State Park Stewardship - National Public Lands Day

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Bridle Trails State Park

5300 116th Ave NE

Kirkland, WA 98033

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Connecting to Nature through Service!

Bridle Trails Park Foundation is teaming up with the Lake Washington Saddle Club and Park Ranger Matt Birklid for an autumn morning of park love.

Stewardship projects will include the removal of invasive plants and weeds in and around event areas, trail tidying and trimming, and horse arena maintenance.

Bring work gloves, hand pruners, steel rakes and hoes. Extra tools and work gloves will be available, and event volunteers can earn service hours.

Volunteers of all ages will meet in the main event area of the park for a welcome and orientation before heading out to specific sites within the park. Groups are welcome and encouraged. The Foundation will provide water, snacks, and lunch for all participants.

Washington State Parks has declared National Public Lands Day a State Park Free Day. A Discover Pass is not required in the parking lot on Saturday, September 28th.

Park entrance is at 5300 116th Ave NE, Kirkland, WA 98033.

Please RSVP so that we have enough refreshments for everyone.

If more informaion is needed, please contact Jim Erckmann at: btpf@bridletrails.org or (425) 827-6595




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