Latah/Hangman Corridor Trail

There are 12 service hours available to work on this new environmental project. If you would like to help, please contact Daniel Collins at 360-531-0447 or dmcollins1962 @ gmail.com.

Read below for details or download the brochure. 2018 Service days are:

  • Friday March 30 @ 4pm
  • Saturday April 7 from 9:00am-1:00pm
  • Saturday April 14 from 9:00am-1:00pm
  • Saturday April 21 from 9:00am-1:00pm

Projected schedule is:

8:30am – Arrive at trailhead
9:00am – Orientation, tool safety & purpose
9:15am – Walk to site and assign groups
9:30am – Begin work
12:30pm – end work
1:00pm – return to trailhead

The Latah/Hangman Corridor Trail is a wildlife conservation and non-motorized trail project that will connect neighborhoods and parks. The effort will protect natural and historic elements in an area that is experiencing increasing recent development. A nine-mile land and water trail is possible, stretching from the bridge at the intersection of Highway 195 and Hatch Road to the mouth of the creek where it flows into the Spokane River. The connection project is new, but the landscape and the people have been here for millennia.

Join the community stewardship program along the Hangman Creek:

  • Care for native plants
  • Increase diversity and canopy for the creek
  • Screen and feed wildlife
  • Reduce erosion
  • Clear debris
  • Keep trails open through pruning
  • Increase health of the creek corridor
  • Engage with neighbors and users of the Latah Valley

 

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