Here’s what’s on the slate for Spring so far.  We recently finished the first one for 2017 in Tillamook State Forest off Hwy 26 (Photos are on the Events page under Past Events) and are moving on to several more soon.

March 18th: Mt Hood National Forest.  36 Pit Cleanup.  Hwy 224 at the 36 Pit.
(9AM-1 PM) 

11 miles East of Estacada on Hwy 224 just past the Memaloose Rd bridge.
GPS:  45.196422, -122.180072

BYOL (Bring Your Own Lunch), outdoor clothes, boots & gloves.

BYVS!  (Bring Your Volunteer Spirit!)
Open to the Public, Family, Kids and Friends.  All are welcome!
Sponsored by; Trash No Land, Northwest Firearms, USFS and Clackamas County Dump Stoppers.
This is a small area and won’t take long to cleanup.  It sees a lot of use and gets messy often.  It’s a place we need to keep in good condition.
Bring some toys for some fun & safe recreational shooting after the cleanup!
If you value the privilege of free recreation in Mt. Hood National Forest, join Trash No Land, Northwest Firearms, USFS and Clackamas County Dump Stoppers as we take a stand against trash on public land.

April 1st:  WA DNR Yacolt Burn State Forest.  No Foolin Cleanup.

(9AM-1 PM) 
Lower L1500 road where NE 412th Ave enters the Burn.
GPS:  45°39’55.3″N 122°15’01.9″W
Lunch provided by Vancouver, WA Open Carry
Open to the Public, Family, Kids and Friends.  All are welcome!
Sponsored by;  Trash No Land, Vancouver, WA Open Carry, WaGuns .org and WA State DNR.
Join us in Yacolt Burn State Forest as we partner to represent responsible shooting on public land!
We will begin our Spring Cleanup on Larch Mtn. in the morning and end with a BBQ about Noon, followed by some good old target practice.
DNR will provide trash bags, rubber gloves, day passes for the day, and even accident insurance. Plus you can log the time towards a free annual pass as well.  TNL will arrange the logistics with DNR and VWOC will supply the BBQ part.  We need volunteers to help with the BBQ part!
Bring outdoor clothes, gloves and boots.  Also, bring a rake, gloves, drinking water and a good spirit for doing good for the sport of recreational shooting!

April 22nd:  Tillamook State Forest.  Earth Day Cleanup at Beaver Dam Rock Pit (Browns Camp shooting pit).

(9AM-1 PM) 
Meeting point at ODOT Sandshed on south side of Oregon Highway 6 at milepost 33. Look for the sand barn and dumpsters.
GPS:  45° 37′ 24.6288″ N, 123° 22′ 33.8988″ W
BYOL (Bring Your Own Lunch).
Open to the Public, Family, Kids 12 & over and your Friends.  All are welcome!
Sponsored by:  Trash No Land, SOLVE and ODF/Tillamook State Forest.
Parking permitted for day of event only in sand shed site. Carpooling encouraged and most volunteers will drive their own vehicles to the individual clean-up sites.
You will need to bring: Shovels, rakes, work boots, work gloves, wheelbarrows, pick-up trucks / trailers that are OK to haul garbage.  Dress for the weather!
Bring team spirit and team effort as we join SOLVE and ODF/Tillamook State Forest for Earth Day!  We will be cleaning up the Browns Camp gravel pit where a lot of target shooting takes place.  If we have a good turn out, we’ll also spiff up some nearby areas.

May 6th: WA DNR Yacolt Burn State Forest.  Pick Up The Burn (multi rec group cleanup).
All the details about this event are due soon and we’ll post them.  This is the annual BIG cleanup where all recreational groups join forces and cleanup the whole mountain in one day!  Huge barbecue lunch is provided and lots of free raffle prizes are won!  Close to 200 people show up for this event!  Hope you attend too!

Join us as a Volunteer and Member of Trash No Land:
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We represent the Recreational Shooting Community.  We’re going to make a difference!