Join the Friends of Nevada Wilderness for a fun-filled day protecting wild Nevada through a wilderness barrier project. We'll be heading to South McCullough Wilderness to install post and cable barriers along the boundary, preventing future wilderness incursions and protecting the vast array of species that call this wild place home.
We'll be organizing a carpool in the parking lot of the M Resort Spa Casino at 7am, Saturday, February 10th, 2018. Please park in the Northwest corner of the outdoor parking area. There will be limited space available in our vehicle, so please be prepared to drive your personal vehicle or carpool others in your vehicle, if interested.
Plan to bring a water bottle, lunch and sunscreen for a day under the sun. We recommend wearing long pants, a long sleeve shirt and closed-toe shoes. We'll have plenty of water, snacks, tools and gloves for everyone to have a productive workday in the desert! Please RSVP below and contact Nicholas Scritchfield with any questions or for more information at [email protected] or (715) 220-7974.
The road to the worksite is quite rough, not necessarily requiring a high-clearance, 4x4 vehicle; however, if you have a 4x4 vehicle, please drive it. When we arrive at the meeting location it would be best for those not in 4x4 vehicles to carpool with those who are.