A half-day Firewise workday event is planned for the mountain on Saturday October 29th (rain date Nov 5) and several volunteers are needed to make this day a success!  Our goal is to reduce the risk/damage of wildfire by removing fuel in our community.  Property owners are encouraged to prepare piles of branches and limbs to be picked up.

You may sign up to be a volunteer by contacting the CMPOA Office at 276-728-0679 or leave a note in the drop box outside the Summit Haus front door – leave your name and contact phone number.   Volunteers should meet at the Freeland Summit Haus no later than 8:30AM where they will get instructions for the day.   Please bring your own work gloves, wear good shoes, and do not wear loose fitting clothes.  Volunteers will be gathering branches and limbs from piles left by property owners and feeding them into the chipper or stacking them in the back of a truck to be hauled to the debris pile.  Water will be provided during the work hours and a lunch after the work has been completed will be provided back at the Summit Haus.   This year we plan to have a visitor from the Virginia Firewise Program that will be observing our operations.  

Property owners are encouraged to clean up brush, prune and pick up limbs around their property (and/or helping a neighbor with their property) and stack them in a pile on the side of the street.  Please contact the CMPOA Office at 276-728-0679, email at office@cascade-mountain.com or leave a note in the drop box outside the Summit Haus front door – leave the location/address of where the pile needs to be picked up, your name, and your phone number.  The work crew will then pick up the piles that have been identified during the workday..

For more specific details please contact either:

Office: 276-728-0679 or office@cascade.mountain.com 

Domilie Greene.  276-213-3453 or eyemomma@gmail.com