Join Friends of Nevada Wilderness and Nevada Department of Wildlife for a lovely fall day of planting native plants in the Mormon Mountains!
Friends of Nevada Wilderness and the Nevada Department of Wildlife will be conducting restoration in the form of a Native Planting Event to establish native perennials following a wildfire. Activities will center in an area burned by wildfire in the Mormon Mountains of Lincoln county. Please arrive at the restoration site at 9:00 am for volunteer registration and a safety briefing, the event will end around 1:00 pm.
A high clearance vehicle is required to reach the restoration site which is located along Carp-Elgin Road approximately and hour and a half from Las Vegas. All materials and tools will be provided, but volunteers are responsible for bringing personal gear (e.g., work gloves, sturdy boots, sunglasses, sunscreen, food, water, ect.). Please check the weather conditions prior to the event and come prepared. Detailed instructions to the project site will be provided as the event gets closer.
What you need: Gloves, sun protection in the form of a hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, sturdy boots, snacks and a lunch, at least two liters of water, clothes you don't mind getting a little dirty!
What we will bring: We will bring extra water if you need to top off in addition to some extra pairs of work gloves.
For additional information or questions about camping please click here or contact Matt Flores 702-290-5262 [email protected]. Thank you for your dedication and assistance in helping improve habitat for wildlife in Nevada.