National Public Land Day in Red Rock Country

Join the Red Rock Ranger District
Saturday Sept 24th
For A Work Day Event.

We will be working on three different projects.
Due to parking limitations please RSVP to Angie:
At aaabel@fs.fed.usor at (928) 203-7535. Please be prepared with backpacks, hiking boots, food, water, sun screen and gloves.

Project 1:—Assisting USFS personnel with the construction of rock staircases for pedestrians on both sides of the first creek crossing of the West Fork Trail (within one mile of the trailhead). Hike to project site is easy.

This project will include some heavy lifting and tool use. Hard hats, gloves, boots and safety glasses are required.

 Meet at Red Rock Ranger Station (Located off I-17 4 miles west towards Sedona Map) to carpool to work site at 8:00 am. Maximum number of people for this project is 6.
Project 2:—Assisting USFS personnel with creek side clean up effort starting at Halfway Day Use Site.

 Project will consist of hiking down from the picnic area to Oak Creek and picking up trash all along the stream banks.

Meet at Halfway Day Use Site (Located south from Flagstaff about 20 miles or north from Sedona for about 5 miles on US 89A. Watch for signs, the Picnic area is marked with roadside signs) at 8:00 am. Maximum number of people for this project is 6.
Project 3:—Assisting USFS personnel with Fossil Creek Stream bank clean up effort.

Project will consist of cleaning up the stream banks of Fossil Creek between the bridge and the waterfall trailhead. Meet at the Fossil Springs Trailhead (Directions: Take I-17 north from Phoenix or south from Flagstaff. Exit State Route 260 heading east to Camp Verde. Turn right on 87/260. Then right on Fossil Creek Rd. Trailhead is about 4 miles on the right hand side) at 9:00 am. Maximum number of people for this project is 10. Please call or email for carpool options.

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