There’s No Place for Graffiti in the Forest!

There’s No Place for Graffiti in the Forest!


Trash No Land has seen an increase of graffiti on public lands in the past 2-3 years. So much so, that the staff at Trash No Land decided to do something about it. Remove it and restore the natural features of our great outdoors.
Trash No Land has seen an increase of graffiti on public lands in the past 2-3 years. So much so, that the staff at Trash No Land decided to do something about it. Remove it and restore the natural features of our great outdoors.

On April 24th, 2021, three Trash No Land volunteers set out to remove graffiti from 100 yards of boulders that lined the roadway along the Arrowhead Pit in the Yacolt Burn State Forest. This location is one of the first sites you see when entering the forest from the West side. The graffiti must go!


Six hours of cleaning and we got the face of all the boulders done. We used two gallons of solvent and 160 gallons of water. Yet we still have the back sides to do! So we will return next weekend to finish the job. This time, with the knowledge and experience we gained, we should be able to complete the task and do it more efficiently.

- Bill Cogely at Trash No Land

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