Earth Day Service Project

What better way to spend Earth Day then to improve one of our precious state parks.

2017 Earth Day Service Project at Bridle Trails State Park

Date: Saturday, April 22, 2017
Time: 9:00am – 12:00pm
Where: Bridle Trails State Park, 5300 116th Ave NE, Kirkland, WA (map)

We will be participating in an Earth Day 2016 event at Bridle Trails State Park on Saturday, April 22 from  9:00 am to noon.

It’s a great opportunity to celebrate Earth Day and help our community!

We will meet at the main parking lot area off 116th Ave NE. There is plenty of parking but because this is state park property, a Discover Pass is required to park. If you don’t already have one I encourage you to purchase one, as the sale of $30 Discover Passes provides much of the Parks’ revenue.

Be sure to bring your boots, gloves, and hand pruners – The plan is to remove blackberries and ivy!

A free pizza lunch will be provided for those who want to stay after their hard work. There will be water and snacks during the event as well.

All scouting ranks require community service or a community clean-up project ~ this is a fun way to get those projects in. The boys love pulling ivy and digging in the dirt!

SIGN UP here!

Please contact Jeff Nelson with any questions.