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We started as a volunteer organization in 1999, and that spirit lives on today. We're always looking for committed community members to join our volunteer team. Whether it is your time, talents, or treasures, we appreciate your willingness to help. No matter how or why you love this place, there’s a way for you to make a difference.
Blue Mountain Land Trust has multiple ways you can volunteer including internships, event support, tabling, on-the-ground stewardship and much more.
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This is an early season work party with focus on annual trail maintenance. These three trails access the North Fork Umatilla Wilderness. The choice of trail for the work party will be based upon scouting done in the week prior to the work party. The day’s effort may involve 2-3 miles of hiking with trail maintenance along the way.
The Blue Mountain Land Trust has adopted a portion of Highway 12 outside of Touchet, Washington. We need your help to keep this section free of trash and litter.
This is a trail that was once part of a larger network of trails in Tiger Canyon. It is only 15 miles from Walla Walla. It can be a great short hike along the creek. The Blues Crew completed two work parties here in 2018. The upper trail at 1 ½ miles will require future investigation and planning for appropriate repair.
Grouse Mountain and Lick Creek Trails are two linked trails within the North Fork Umatilla Wilderness. The share a common trailhead at Zig Zag Springs.
Come out and help maintain trails in the Blue Mountains.
In our second collaboration with the Malheur National Forest, the Blue Mountain Land Trust’s “Blues Crew” will be coming down from Walla-Walla, Washington and working alongside the John Day-based Eastern Oregon Trail Alliance (EOTA) on an exciting new mountain bike trail network under development in the Magone Lake area.