Photo: Kurt Kuznicki
Join us at the end of July for this simple project restoring damage from a trespass route into the North Jackson Wilderness, replacing, and discouraging future illegal trespass. We will be camping in the canyon, near the creek, between North and South Jackson Wilderness for Friday and Saturday evenings. Breakfast and coffee served Saturday/Sunday and a tasty dinner cooked up Saturday evening. RSVP today to save your spot!
Difficulty: Easy. It may not be appropriate for everyone. Requires the ability to work with shovels and rakes, dig holes, and work in warm, sunny weather. Feel free to reach out to us and discuss the difficulty of the project if you have any concerns.
Food: For this project, yes! we will be offering some group meals. We are planning to do a big group dinner on Saturday night along with breakfast and coffee Sat/Sun. Volunteers are expected to provide their own lunches, snacks, and dinner Friday night.
Driving: At this time, FNW is not offering rides in our vehicles due to COVID safety concerns. For this project, a 4-wheel drive vehicle is not required to reach the campsites, but, high clearance may be necessary. This is subject to change
Specific Details: Details such as exact camping location, daily schedule, and weather-related factors will be provided to those who have RSVP'd on a date much closer to the project. Plans are subject to change. We will always give as much notice as possible when this happens.
COVID Safety: At this time we are following state and federal guidelines for our projects, so, fully vaccinated individuals are not required to wear a mask. This is subject to change.
Contact Info: Please email or call Chris Cutshaw with any questions or for further details. He can be reached at [email protected] and our office phone number: 775-324-7667.
RSVP Required to Participate
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