Allingham Trail Skills College

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You’re Invited!

Please join the Pacific Crest Trail Association, Cascade Volunteers and the staff from the Willamette and Deschutes National Forests at the annual Allingham Trail Skills College. This training weekend is designed to train new and returning volunteers in a variety of topics regarding trail maintenance and stewardship. Come meet like-minded community members who are committed to maintaining and providing quality recreation experiences in central Oregon.

Remember, Trail Skills College is offered free of charge in an effort to inspire citizen stewardship of trails. In exchange for attending the training, we encourage you to volunteer at least 16 hours of work on trail projects in the coming year. Visit PCTA’s online volunteer schedule to learn more.

When is it?

June 4-7, 2020

Please note: on March 31, out of deep concern for the health and safety of the PCT community and beyond, and in recognition of the continuing spread of COVID-19, the PCTA, Cascade Volunteers and the Willamette and Deschutes National Forests made the difficult decision to pause all planning and registration for the 2020 Allingham Trail Skills College.

Where is it?

Near Sisters, Oregon

What classes are available?

Classes range from 201 Drainage Design and Drain Dips to Invasive Plant Identification and Sign Installation. Before pausing the event planning and registration, the complete course selection was posted on the Cascade Volunteers website and on the online registration form.

How do I register?

Our partners at Cascade Volunteers have an online registration form, available here, but keep in mind that registration is currently paused.

Where can I learn more?

The full notice about pausing event planning and registration is available here. Our partners at Cascade Volunteers are maintaining all other details on their website.

If you have questions about other Trail Skills Colleges, contact PCTA’s Volunteer Program at 916-285-1838 or [email protected].

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