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Join a work party today!
We host work parties on the second Saturday of each month that are open to everyone!

We host regularly scheduled beginner friendly work parties that rotate locations between Lord Hill Regional Park hosted on odd months(January, March, etc.) and Reiter Foothills State Forest hosted on even months(February, April, etc.) so you can dig where you ride. Whether this is your first work party or your 100th, we'll have tasks for all skill levels from raking and brushing trails to reshaping berms.

Sometimes the weather let's us do more, but sometimes it makes us do less. Be on the lookout for work party updates as weather, trail maintenance and trail projects develop.

What to bring

Bring a pair of work gloves and some sturdy footwear along with enough food and water to keep you fueled for the day. We'll have enough tools to pass around, but you're always welcomed to bring your favorite if you have one.

What to expect

Once tools are distributed, we'll hike our way over to the work area and get everyone setup with some jobs for their skill level. Expect a 4-6 hour day depending on the weather and everyone's mood.

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Reiter Foothills State Forest

Where

Meet in parking lot located at the non motorized trailhead .

When

The 2nd Saturday of even numbered months. Days start at 8:00AM and end anywhere from 1:00PM to 3:00PM.

How

Work parties updates and reminders are posted on social media. To join, simply show up at the meeting area for the start time!

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Lord Hill Regional Park

Where

The meeting area is outside the red barn located at the north trailhead .

When

The 2nd Saturday of odd numbered months. Days start at 8:00AM and end anywhere from 1:00PM to 3:00PM.

How

To join, simply show up at the meeting area for the start time! It's recommended to register an account and digitally sign waivers through Snohomish County Parks and Recreation's volunteer portal if you're looking to skip the paperwork on the day of work party.