North Coast Land Conservancy has a growing trail system at its Circle Creek Habitat Reserve, at the south end of Seaside. The conservancy is seeking volunteers to join them on Saturday, April 23, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. to help get those trails ready for the spring and summer hiking season. In addition to the short Legacy Loop nature trail, NCLC is developing a longer Circle Creek and Wetlands Walk that includes a long stretch of boardwalk. Volunteers will be brushing out and mulching the nature trail and portions of the wetlands walk and repairing or replacing footbridges and anything else disturbed by winter flooding. Volunteers from Northwest Coast Trails Coalition are partnering with NCLC on the trails clean-up day.
Anyone interested in learning more or in participating should contact Stewardship Director Melissa Reich at [email protected] in advance; she will provide directions to the property. Bring a lunch and water. There are no toilets or potable water on site. Dogs are not allowed on NCLC habitat reserves.