Vandalism is not the vibe. Join us at Friends of Nevada Wilderness to help clean up Mary Jane Falls!
This is a strenuous 3.2 mile hike through the forest and up the hill to Mary Jane Falls. While the area is full of beautiful native species, like Ponderosa Pines, Quaking Aspen, and Mountain Mahogany, it has also encountered some invasive species in the form of vandalism, graffiti (including things like unauthorized cairns), and littering.
We'll meet at 9:00am on April 9th at the Mary Jane Falls Trailhead parking lot, then hike up to remove graffiti along the path and near the falls. The tools used for graffiti removal are small enough to fit in a backpack, but we will be carrying extra water and gear, so please plan accordingly. The USFS identified this popular hiking spot as a priority for restoration. Last year volunteers enjoyed getting started on stamping out vandalism and we're so happy to be heading back to finish the job! There have been major improvements to the trail structure over the last several months; come out with us and see for yourself!
We'll be back to our vehicles at the trailhead by 3pm.
Contact Peter at [email protected] for more information.
RSVP today! Space is limited!
Mount Charleston, NV
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