6th Annual Methow Valley Fence Pull
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May 4
Starting at 12pm
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Twisp, WA

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event_title: 6th Annual Methow Valley Fence Pull

event_time_zone: America/Los_Angeles

event_start: May 04, 2024 12:00

event_duration: 360

event_end: May 04, 2024 18:00

event_address: Twisp, WA, United States

event_description: Grab your leather gloves and help the Washington Chapter of Backcountry Hunters & Anglers and the Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife remove barbed wire fencing on the Methow Wildlife Area near Winthrop, WA on Saturday, May 4.The Methow Valley has the largest migratory mule deer population in the state. The Washington BHA has been helping the local WDFW remove barbed wire from this critical, low-elevation winter range for the past 6 years! Weve wrapped up MANY miles of fence and had a great time doing it.We hope youll join us! And afterwards, well celebrate our hard work with BBQ and local brews.Make it a weekend event and join us at a free, group camping spot near the work site and just outside of Winthrop, WA. Bear Creek Public Access 1, undeveloped campsite: Schedule: • Fence Removal - 12-4pm. Meeting location - Hanks Harvest Foods Parking Lot - Twisp, WA. Google Link below:UPDATED MEETING LOCATION for fence removal. LINK HERE• BBQ Cookout - 6pm. Gather back at the group campsite outside of Winthrop for some good food and good company, as well as some updates from BHA Chapter leaders and local WDFW managers.GOOGLE LINK TO CAMPSITEPlease bring: • Leather gloves • Boots • Work clothes • Fencing tool and/or small bolt cutters if you have themQuestions? Email or call Alyssa, BHA chapter leader and fence pull organizer: ajumarsgmail.com or 509-881-1818.We look forward to seeing you there! 

6th Annual Methow Valley Fence Pull

Grab your leather gloves and help the Washington Chapter of Backcountry Hunters & Anglers and the Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife remove barbed wire fencing on the Methow Wildlife Area near Winthrop, WA on Saturday, May 4.

The Methow Valley has the largest migratory mule deer population in the state. The Washington BHA has been helping the local WDFW remove barbed wire from this critical, low-elevation winter range for the past 6 years! We've wrapped up MANY miles of fence and had a great time doing it.

We hope you'll join us! And afterwards, we'll celebrate our hard work with BBQ and local brews.

Make it a weekend event and join us at a free, group camping spot near the work site and just outside of Winthrop, WA. Bear Creek Public Access #1, undeveloped campsite:

 

Schedule:

• Fence Removal - 12-4pm. Meeting location - Hanks Harvest Foods Parking Lot - Twisp, WA. Google Link below:

UPDATED MEETING LOCATION for fence removal. LINK HERE

• BBQ Cookout - 6pm. Gather back at the group campsite outside of Winthrop for some good food and good company, as well as some updates from BHA Chapter leaders and local WDFW managers.

GOOGLE LINK TO CAMPSITE



Please bring: • Leather gloves • Boots • Work clothes • Fencing tool and/or small bolt cutters if you have them

Questions? Email or call Alyssa, BHA chapter leader and fence pull organizer: [email protected] or 509-881-1818.

We look forward to seeing you there!

 

WHEN
May 04, 2024 at 12:00pm - 6pm
WHERE
Basecamp
Twisp, WA
United States
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15 RSVPS
Patrick Braich Meg Trebon Chris Furr Ben Harrison Matthew DeAmico Melissa Hunt Tom Galambos Micah Tetreault Eric D John Rohrer Malaki Maloney Andrew Shell Matt Bippes

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