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Thank you for your interest in stewardship opportunities organized by the WCC and our partner organizations.

Sign up for an event (or several) here to receive additional information about each event and to register your interest. If your availability changes, you can always contact the event coordinator. Questions? Contact info@washingtonclimbers.org

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Stewardship Events
Note: for certain projects, you may be required to submit additional registration information with partner organizations coordinating volunteers. After signing up, you may receive a follow up email from info@washingtonclimbers.org with instructions.

The WCC stewardship page will contain the most current volunteer alerts and information.

Little Si - Boulder Garden Loop
Join the Mountains to Sound Greenway to work on a long-neglected trail at Little Si. Project Contact: Joe Olbrych <olbrych@mtsgreenway.org>
Newhalem - Ryan's Wall
Join the WCC to work on the access trail at Ryan’s Crag. Project Contact: Calvin Laatsch <calvin.laatsch@gmail.com>
Exit 38 - Farside
Join the Mountains to Sound Greenway to work on a new trail serving a popular area with many moderate sport climbs. Project Contact: Joe Olbricht <olbrych@mtsgreenway.org>
Elwah Crag
Join the Olympic Peninsula Climbers and Access Fund Conservation Team to work on the trail below this shady roadside crag. Project Contact: Scott Underwood <scottuwood@msn.com> (note: project is pending USNPS approval).
Mt Erie
Join Climbers for Christ and Anacortes Parks for an annual cleanup and trail day in honor of the late Dallas Kloke. Project Contact: Jason Martin <jason@alpineinstitute.com>
Larrabee State Park
Join the American Alpine Institute and Washington State Parks for a stewardship day. Project Contact: Jason Martin <jason@alpineinstitute.com>
Icicle Creek Canyon (Leavenworth)
Join the Leavenworth Mountain Association for their annual Icicle Canyon Cleanup. Project Contact: Steve Copson <stevecopson@outlook.com>
Darrington - Eightmile Creek
Join the Washington Climbers Coalition, the Mountaineers and the Forest Service on National Trails Day to work on the approach trail to Three O’Clock Rock. May require additional registration details. Project Contact: Katherine Hollis <katherineh@mountaineers.org>
Washington Pass
A major trail project with the Access Fund and Washington Climbers Coalition. Project Contact: Joe Sambataro <joe@accessfund.org>
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