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20 | Mar | '15
Bryan Rivard
The Evergreen Trails Crew gets to meet a lot of people at trailwork parties: great, enthusiastic folks eager to build trail, make friends, and give back to the community.  But with so many build events happening, we sometimes forget to highlight the partnerships and hard work that takes place with local schools and youth programs!    
19 | Mar | '15
Bryan Rivard
This week Evergreen West Sound scored a huge win for mountain biking kids, families, and friends in the Poulsbo area.  If you’ve been following the pump track proposal, you know that it’s been a long process—but one that ended with final approval this past Wednesday evening.
16 | Mar | '15
Bryan Rivard
Do you want to influence mountain biking and its future growth in Washington State? Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance is seeking candidates to the Statewide Board of Directors and Committees that support the work of the Board of Directors. Mountain bikers living anywhere in the state can apply for these positions.
15 | Mar | '15
Bryan Rivard
School on the weekend?  Who would sign up for that?  Actually, over 30 people decided to dedicate their saturday to learning the process of building trails and decided that it was their best day at school ever! (I mean, we can only assume)  
13 | Mar | '15
Bryan Rivard
Do you ride the Japanese Gulch area?  Or do you want to see continued MTB access near Mukilteo? The City of Mukilteo will be presenting alternatives for the use of Japanese Gulch, and this will impact area mountain biking.
11 | Mar | '15
Bryan Rivard
Are you a runner who wants to race a great course while helping out Evergreen? Then it's time to sign up for the Run Like the Wind Running Festival April 26!
04 | Mar | '15
Bryan Rivard
It hasn’t happened yet, but it could—and the mountain bike community needs your voice to ensure it doesn’t.  The City of Seattle is currently developing its policy for Natural Areas and Greenbelts and without your input, we could see these areas permanently closed to bikes on unpaved trails.
03 | Mar | '15
Bryan Rivard
It may sound like an infomercial—“this ride comes with sagebrush single track, towering basalt columns, and sunken lakes standard—all for a limited time only!”—but it’s actually true.  Ancient Lake has a relatively small perfect-ride window and it’s open right now.
02 | Mar | '15
Bryan Rivard
  That’s what The Nature Conservancy is considering as they decide how to manage the land they’ve just purchased from Plum Creek Timber Company. With such an opportunity for recreation and conservation, they’d like to know how you would enjoy this land. And as mountain bikers, we could enjoy it a lot. And you may not know that some of us already do.