OLYMPIC HOT SPRINGS CAMPGROUND REVEGETATION VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
The Olympic Hot Springs campground, located at Boulder Creek in the Elwha
River valley, is being transformed into a wilderness camp area. This
year we have 12,000 plants to plant on-site. The work at Boulder Creek
campground is preparing the soil for planting (tilling by hand), planting
the plants that have been raised in the park greenhouse/nursery, hauling
water and watering the transplants. We fit the work to the interests and
level of physical labor that people are comfortable with.
If you can help us with any of these tasks you would be contributing to an exciting
project and your work would be greatly appreciated!
We'll be working on the project in October and likely November.
Friday, October 12-14, then Wednesday, October 17 through Saturday October 20. People can come
up and back daily with a National Park Service representative or camp on-site and work several days. Volunteers in the past weeks have been doing all such combinations.
It is a two mile gentle hike from the trailhead to the campground where we are working. The trailhead access is closed other than with an NPS representative so volunteers meet in Port Angeles or the Elwha Ranger Station and travel together.
If you are interested please contact Ruth Scott, Wilderness Resources Office, Olympic National Park:
(360) 565-3071 or firstname.lastname@example.org.