Reid Parker, conservation and parks steward for the Whatcom County Parks and Recreation Department, helps put up one of the new map kiosks and checkpoint signs on Chuckanut Mountain. Volunteers from trail stewardship groups, emergency responders, as well as state and county agencies worked together to put up the kiosks at key trail intersections on Chuckanut in Whatcom County and on Blanchard Mountain in Skagit County.
Reid Parker, conservation and parks steward for the Whatcom County Parks and Recreation Department, helps put up one of the new map kiosks and checkpoint signs on Chuckanut Mountain. Volunteers from trail stewardship groups, emergency responders, as well as state and county agencies worked together to put up the kiosks at key trail intersections on Chuckanut in Whatcom County and on Blanchard Mountain in Skagit County. Daniel Probst Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald
Reid Parker, conservation and parks steward for the Whatcom County Parks and Recreation Department, helps put up one of the new map kiosks and checkpoint signs on Chuckanut Mountain. Volunteers from trail stewardship groups, emergency responders, as well as state and county agencies worked together to put up the kiosks at key trail intersections on Chuckanut in Whatcom County and on Blanchard Mountain in Skagit County. Daniel Probst Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald

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