Many of you are moving on to other activities, but some of us diehards are still relishing winter and snow sports. We love the shoulder season with grooming lasting longer, good weather and a whole lot less users out there.
Activities are winding down and there is nothing scheduled this weekend.
The Sno-Park grooming program contracts end March 31st. After that no more grooming by the program and plowing will cease. The Sno-Parks remain open, but there may be some limitations. More on that next week.
Last week I mentioned a survey that you could take.
Upper Yakima Basin Recreation Survey:
"Land managers and recreation groups want to know WHERE, WHEN, HOW, and WHY you recreate and the natural resources you value in the Upper Yakima Basin (Kittitas and Yakima Counties). This year-long survey project will help shape the future of sustainable recreation in this region to support thriving communities, thriving nature, and thriving people!
The following survey asks you to tell us about the places that you go to recreate, as well as challenges and opportunities you see to better manage our public lands as more and more people recreate in Kittitas and Yakima Counties. The survey takes 5-10 minutes to complete depending on the number of places you map, and responses from all types of users are important. Whether you drive the forest roads, hike every day, camp with your family, hunt and fish annually, or value these areas from afar we want to protect and enhance your values and experiences!”
One last thing - the legislation mentioned in a blog 2 weeks ago is making its way through the legislature and is now in the Senate
Contact your Senator now!
for more info on this legislation read the blog here