Help us makeover the Deadhorse Trailhead, far in the backcountry of the Desert National Wildlife Refuge! We'll spend Saturday driving to the project site, installing and replacing signs, and building a rustic barrier to prevent the trailhead from growing ever larger. We'll camp out at the trailhead that night (dinner & dessert included), then drive back to town on Sunday morning. This is a great opportunity to take care of desert lands, meet fellow outdoors people, and unplug at one of the most remote places in southern Nevada!
Deadhorse Trailhead is within the 300,000 acres of the Desert Refuge that the Air Force wants to seize control of to add to their 2.9 million acre Nevada Testing & Training Range. Join us for this project to see the area for yourself and know what's at stake. To learn more about our efforts to save the Desert National Wildlife Refuge, click here.
What You'll Need: For while we're working, wear close-toed shoes, long pants, and a long-sleeve shirt and bring a water bottle and lunches for yourself. For overnight, bring everything you'll need to set up camp for the night. Getting to this project requires driving an un-maintained road. We'll have a limited number of seats available for those who need to carpool.
What We'll Have: A delicious camp dinner & dessert, breakfast bar and coffee in the morning, plenty of water, and all of the tools, hard hats, and other gear we'll need to make a difference!