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WTA proponent.....
PostTue Feb 18, 2020 4:35 pm 
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WTA is putting on some "Introductions to Trail work" in South Seattle.  If you've always wanted to try some trail work, here is your chance in a none intimidating manner.  The class is only 3 hours long in which you'll learn the basics of trail work and how to use the tools and basic techniques.  I highly advise this class for anyone who wants to give it a whirl.  You can sign up on wta.org
and go to volunteer and find the classes on March 7 and 8.    cool.gif

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