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November-December 2012: One Million Dollars of Volunteer Labor Towards Nevada's Public Lands — 2012 Friends of Nevada Wilderness Awardees — Black Canyon tamarisk removal . . . Volunteers canoe to reach invasive in southern Nevada — Contest Winners Add Native Color in Gold Butte (read this issue)

August-September 2012: Celebrating the Black Rock Desert-High Rock Canyon Emigrant Trails National Conservation Area (for National Public Lands Day) — Celebrating the Santa Rosas (for National Public Lands Day) — Toiyabe Crest National Trail: thirty miles maintained during 2012 field season! (read this issue)

June 2012: The Zappos Family and KEEN Footwear clean up Mt. Charleston — Preparing Lye Creek campground for work by Youth Stewards — Battling Musk Thistle on Mt. Rose (read this issue)

April-May 2012: Lush Cosmetics gives Rainbow Mountain a makeover — Catch as catchment can (rebuilding a water catchment for wildlife in a dry year) — It's all about native Nevadans (helping native plants recover from fire and encroaching invasive species) — Update: Slingshot-style stewardship a success! (read this issue)

March 2012: Slingshots and stewardship (spending spring break at the Desert Refuge) — Companies and kids restore wildlife habitat (read this issue)

February 2012: Soldier Meadows cabin: rehabbed and ready for the public — An impromptu winter rescue (read this issue)

Field season 2011: Summer of Sheldon 2011: 75 miles of fence removed from pronghorn habitat — Trail construction at 11,000 feet — Maintaining the Summit Trail — Scrutinizing springs: citizen science in the Black Rock Conservation Area — Field-testing monitoring protocols in the Lake Mead Recreation Area — Friends at work in the Desert Refuge (read this issue)

July 2011: KEEN and Zappos out for a day of service in Lee Canyon — Four miles in five hours: taking down fence in Sheldon Refuge (read this issue)

June 2011: Muck no match for wilderness volunteers (read this issue)

May 2011: An untraditional spring break helping wild Nevada — The science of scrutinizing springs in Black Rock NCA (read this issue)

April 2011: Three days of restoration in Lovell Canyon — Bird Song Loop Trail construction and opening — In 2010, we had... (volunteer stats) (read this issue)


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