Adopt A Highway – Coordinator Needed

As many of you know Blue Mountain Audubon has responsibility for a one mile stretch of highway. One day in the fall and another in the spring we meet and clean up that one mile stretch of Highway 12 that we have adopted. The previous coordinators, Mike James, Joanne Hesser-James, and Jill Hesser-Gardiner did an excellent job managing this task but have decided to move on to other opportunities.

The actual clean up only takes about an hour and is a great way to exercise and do good for the environment. The reward is a clean highway for visitors to see when they are driving to Walla Walla.

The coordinator sets the date and time, assigns the volunteers to areas, provides the helmets, vests, and bags, which come from the highway department, logs the activity, and turns in the paperwork upon conclusion of the clean-up.

We are looking for a new coordinator for this project and if you are interested please contact me. For more information or to volunteer for this position
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