Current Projects of the WCFP

Safely Explore, Discover and Learn in the WILD

Our volunteer WCFP non-profit organization with community residents has been clearing poison oak and brush on Williams historical Layton Ditch Trail for the last 3 years. and there is more to do. The Layton Ditch Trail is a beautiful trail for the use of hiking, horseback, riding and bicycling.
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WILD: outdoor program for kids ages 7-11 – Spring 2016

The Wilderness Integrated Learning and Development program (WILD) is for kids ages 7-11 who want to spend more time playing and learning in the great outdoors. (Parents are welcome).

Read more here, and click here for flyer.

Grayback Trail Work Party Sept 26th 9-3

In celebration of National Lands Day the Williams Community Forest Project and the BLM are hosting a Grayback trails work party Sept 26th.
We will meet at the Grayback Trail  head�� at  9 AM. (End of Rock Creek Rd) Those that want to carpool meet at the Wms Grange at 8:30. Bring water, lunch, work gloves and high energy. BLM will provide t-shirts and tools.

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