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While I am not the organizer of this, I highly encourage all of you who can to come out and take part in cleaning up Memaloose. I was out there for the first time last week, and quite frankly it looks like a garbage dump.

Pasted below are the details on who what when. Projectwilderness (Dominic) is the mastermind behind all of this, so feel free to PM him as needed

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Ok here's more info. Any questions feel free to call me (Dominic) 503-484-6292.

Feel free to shoot after. Plenty of areas along RD 45 to shoot.

July 31st
Info: Memaloose Rd & Mt Hood Forest Development Rd 45 Cleanup
Time: 8:00am - 1:00pm
Location: Estacada, OR 97023 (Mt Hood National Forest)

Area of Cleanup: national forest development road 45, estacada or - Google Maps

Meetup at: 22000 S Bonney Rd, Estacada, Oregon 97023 - Google Maps
 
As stated before, I'll be there. I very rarely shoot on public land, since my family has private land that I normally use, but I still see a need to keep these places open and clean for everyone.:s0155:
 
Ok, so I just wanted to give a quick over-view of what will go down this Saturday.


July 31st
Info: Memaloose Rd & Mt Hood Forest Development Rd 45 Cleanup
Time: Meet-up @ 8:00am - work until about apx 12:00-1pm

Area of Cleanup: national forest development road 45, estacada or - Google Maps

Meetup at: 22000 S Bonney Rd, Estacada, Oregon 97023 - Google Maps


What to bring:
Work gloves (leather or thick synthetic)
Hat and/or Sunscreen - it's going to be warm and sunny
Water

What is provided:
Garbage bags
Disposal of collected trash
Orange Safety vest - required to be worn as shooting will likely be active in the area during the cleanup.


Headcount is at 12 right now.
See everyone Saturday!
 
Right on Dominic - thanks for organizing this. for the short time we were there I truly felt that we all made a huge difference.

for everyone else that showed up - thanks. It's a hassle to get out there I know, but what we did will be noticed by alot of folks - and who knows. Maybe one of those folks might realize that a clean area is better than a transfer station to shoot in.

you guys rock!
 
Right on Dominic - thanks for organizing this. for the short time we were there I truly felt that we all made a huge difference.

for everyone else that showed up - thanks. It's a hassle to get out there I know, but what we did will be noticed by alot of folks - and who knows. Maybe one of those folks might realize that a clean area is better than a transfer station to shoot in.

you guys rock!

I prefer a clean area too which is why I helped. It was really amazing how much trash a bunch of people can collect in a short amount of time. It was also nice to meet some new people.
 
Y'all did a great job. Went up there today with some friends and was nice to see it clean (well...cleaner than I've ever seen it before). As I stopped to dump a few mags I couldnt believe how much brass was laying around. Spent a few minutes collecting some 5.56 brass laying around. Count me in for the next clean up!:s0155:
 

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