Wildcat Area in the Mt Hood National Forest
Time to care and share in Mt Hood National Forest with a cleanup, graffiti removal and remove potential fire hazards at the Wildcat target shooting area.
Google Maps: https://goo.gl/maps/w7ECJ7h3m34msyQX7
GPS: 45.31282903835703, -122.08145040380383
Details: 9 AM safety briefing and discussion about current recreation activities, fire prevention measures and safety in recreation. 9:15 trash cleanup, remove potential fire hazards and pressure wash graffiti from rocks. Event should conclude about 12 Noon.
Bring your own lunch, outdoor clothing, boots, gloves, rakes, magnet & manual pickers and A Stewards Heart!
Trash Bags provided by Trash No Land.
Trash Disposal provided by Clackamas County Dump Stoppers!
Graffiti Removal Equipment provided by Trash No Land.
After the event, enjoy recreation as you wish!
All are welcome! Recommend children be of age 12 or older and with adult supervision, as there may be hazardous materials and sharp objects.
Firearm Policy: Handling or use of a firearm during event hours is not allowed and is not an official part of our events. You may recreate as you wish after the event concludes.
Funds to purchase Graffiti Solvent and Anti-Graffiti Coating (for ease of removing future tagging). Need $500.
Please help raise funds for this project!
Sponsored by Trash No Land
Partnered by Clackamas County Dump Stoppers
Contact Bill Cogley at email@example.com