Sultan Basin Clean-up Recap

On Sunday June 4th, a group of over 30 public land enthusiasts from Washington Backcountry Hunters and Anglers and Trash No Land showed up to clean a shooting area in Sultan Basin in Snohomish County, WA. The volunteers worked for several hours helping local DNR to pick up trash including shells, targets, and metal. These efforts help to keep sites like this open, create a better shooting experience, and help the overall health of OUR forest and wildlife. By the end of the cleanup, the crew had shuttled out tons of trash, literally. 

 Huge thank you to!

WA DNR for providing garbage bags, hauling the trash away, and paying for dumping fees. 

CABLEA'S TUALIP LOCATION for supplying some great target shooting accessories to raffle off. 

TRASH NO LAND for the partnership, BBQ, and support.

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