Pullman Civic Trust is a non-profit volunteer organization of more than 700 community-minded citizens of the Palouse. Since our inception in 1983, the Trust has completed many projects that now benefit Pullman and the Palouse region. These include:
* the Bill Chipman Palouse Trail between Pullman and Moscow.
* the Three-Forks Wayside - the junction between the Grand Avenue Greenway trail and the College Hill Climb trail at Ritchie Street.
* trail markers along Pullman's trail network.
* the River Park and check dam waterfall along the South Fork of the Palouse River between Reaney Park and the Main Street overpass.
* many trees flourishing from Derby Street along Professional Mall Blvd to the meadow below Summit Therapy on Bishop Blvd.
Our current projects include facilitating community dialog about the fate of the rail corridor from Pullman, through Albion, to Colfax, continued enhancements for our existing trail system, and creation of a waterfall at the Three Forks Wayside.
Pictured From Left To Right: Karl Boehmke, Don Heil, Lisa Carloye-Vice-President, Mary Carloye-Secretary,
John Anderson-Treasurer, Rich Wesson. Front: Cindy Zaring.
Not Pictured: Steve Austin, Karen Johnston, Carolyn Gordon, Sandy Satterlee.