Friends Coming Together To Lend A Hand
To Keep Our Public Access
To Keep Our Public Access
Many Hands Make Light Work!
Founded April, 2012 and Growing!
Friends For Public Use, a division of Darrington Strong, Inc., is a grassroots group of volunteers which started in Darrington, Washington. Our goal is through volunteer efforts to keep access to our public lands such as hiking trails, campgrounds, climbing routs and so much more. It is part of our mission to pass this American heritage to the next generation! What does it really mean to volunteer for something you truly believe in? It means making a commitment of your time and talents to bring positive change and live for a greater purpose! Live by example and volunteer today! It isn't just about working on projects. It also involves having a voice to keep our public lands accessible. FFPU volunteer hours are a testament that people do care about their access to their federal, state, county and municipal public lands. It is a message to our elected and bureaucratic officials that we want our public lands and we are willing to work together to keep this America legacy available now and for generation to come.
What would the world look like if we all gave a little bit of our time & cared just a little bit more to make something better? We would have a better world tomorrow! Please consider volunteering or donating to help us save our precious forest roads and access to our back country!
Hey We Could Use A Little Help Here!
Work Party For White Chuck Ridge Road!
For National Public Lands Days we would like to have a work-party brushing out FSR #2435 which is the
road to the White Chuck Ridge User Trail. If you want to keep your
access to these places please consider lending a hand! Mark your
calendar for September 24! We'll start at 9 am!
Posted Sep 5, 2016, 11:02 AM by Martha Rasmussen
Suiattle Road Work-party
As part of the WSU Students Stillaguamish Valley Recovery Week of Service we will be partnering with them for a workparty on the Suiattle River Road, FSR #26 to remove blow-down trees, branches and clear ditches. The work-party is this Saturday, March 19th, meeting at the Darrington Ranger Station 8:30am then head out to the road. We will start with a safety talk and crew signup. Volunteers must be wearing long pants & sturdy boots. FFPU will provide safety vest, hardhats & gloves.... oh and the all essential garbage bags. Hours of fun with FRIENDS & being a HERO!
Posted Mar 15, 2016, 7:00 PM by Martha Rasmussen
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