Age Minimum (with Adult): 1+, Minimum Age:1+
Let's Pull Together at Marys Peak
Marys Peak is the tallest point in the Coast Range. From the top (at 4,000 feet elevation) , you can see the pinnacles of the Cascades, the beautiful Willamette Valley, and even the ocean. The Siuslaw National Forest preserves the summit for the native plant communities.
May 18th from 10:00-2:00
Bring a bag lunch to eat at the summit.
We will spread out in the beautiful meadows to pull invading tree seedlings. Help protect the beautiful natural meadow community and the gorgeous views.
Event co-hosted by Benton County Cooperative Weed Management Area members: Alliance for Recreation and Natural Areas/ Marys Peak Alliance, Siuslaw National Forest, Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians, and Institute for Applied Ecology.
Please bring work gloves, long sleeved shirts, sturdy shoes/boots. Safe handling of hand tools (shovels, clippers) may be necessary. Weather on Marys Peak can be cooler or wetter than in Corvallis - check the weather forecast and bring layers, including rain gear just in case.
Volunteers under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
Meet at Summit Parking lot at end of Marys Peak Road - map
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