Trash No Land
Information for Target Shooting on Public Lands.
“Stewardship Keeps It Open”
Improving places to shoot on Public Lands!
OR: North Fork Wolf Creek Rd Public Shooting Lanes Upgrades to Lanes 1 & 4, Tillamook State Forest.
OR: Clear Creek Alley Long Distance Range in the McGregor Basin in Tillamook State Forest.
Trash No Land is a Washington-based 501(c)3 nonprofit volunteer organization dedicated to making a positive difference in recreational target shooting, toward the critical goal of protecting and preserving our public lands. Staff is also all volunteer.
Really appreciate the effort
As a combat veteran and firearm hobbyist I appreciate the people and groups that aim to keep our recreational areas clean and safe. While I personally do a good job cleaning up after myself and others, I see how poorly some treat our forests.
While I may one day make the time to participate in these group activities, for now I send my support through dollars each time I shoot in an area they oversee. I recommend tossing a few bucks their way any time you use the area and we all might have a place to shoot (although the government keeps shutting them down).
Heart and Soul
Bill pours his heart into Trash No Land and it shows! The clean ups are well organized and he cares about those who come to help. We are always at risk of losing places to shoot because of irresponsible shooters. Trash No Land is helping to protect our right to shoot in public lands. The clean ups are a great opportunity for kids to learn to give back to theirs community while learning good practices for shooting..
Response from Trash No Land
Thank you! I love doing something good for the target shooting community!
Deserves Your Support!!!!!!
Outstanding Organization of Volunteers working to keep areas open for public target practice. A+++++
Nice to be connected to individuals who truly are for the outdoors and outdoor shooting.
This organization truly gives back and is focused on the future. So far, I have been involved with two areas; Wolf Creek, were I like to shoot knowing it is a safe environment and the site in the Santiam Forest where provided security once during the build of that shooting range. Some of the greatest people I have met in Oregon have been connected to this organization. I went to a Washington site but volunteer clean up was not scheduled on a good day for me. I am so excited at how many sites this organization “Trash No Land” is involved in preserving.
Thank you volunteers!
Appreciate the time and energy into making places like the “Wildcat mnt” shooting area clean and useable, and for providing much needed information on public places to go recreational shooting.