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Volunteer outdoors in Arizona to build, repair, & maintain trails; restore wildlife habitat; and,
protect native flora and fauna with other volunteers of all ages and abilities who want to both enjoy and preserve nature.

Sep 5 - Sep 7
Ash Spring Restoration - Chiricahua Mountains Habitat Restoration - Portal/Douglas/Willcox
We constructed three new ponds at Ash Spring in May 2014. These ponds are already being used by at least 7 native bat species, and we are hoping they will be home to a new population of Chiricahua leopard frogs soon. Now that the site has had a chance to settle, we are going to return to do some repair work, remove invasive plants, and install new native plants for pollinators.  VIEW DETAILS
Offered by: Sky Island Alliance

Sep 12 - Sep 14
Wilderness Stewardship Program - Apache Creek Wilderness Tamarix Removal - Prescott NF
It was three years ago that AWC Wilderness Stewards backpacked through Apache Creek Wilderness and found Tamarix. The good news is that we are getting ahead of this situation and will continue remediation efforts on this September trip. This will be a two-night event in the heart of Apache Creek Wilderness - we will hike in mid-day on Friday and return Sunday.
Contact: Sam Frank   sfrank@azwild.org   928-350-2204
Read More: http://www.meetup.com/Arizona-Wilderness-Stewards/events/189811712/
Offered by: Arizona Wilderness Coalition

Sep 12 - Sep 13
Highline Trail Rehabilitation - Pre-clear corridor for Highline Trail realignment - Payson
We will use hand tools, and our hands, to finish pre clearing at several realignments along 1.5 miles of the Highline Trail east of the power line access junction with the Highline on Saturday. Walk in from Fish Hatchery Trailhead. (Friday work has been cancelled.) Bring a lunch.  VIEW DETAILS
Offered by: Volunteers for Outdoor Arizona
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Enjoy Arizona in a whole new way with Volunteers for Outdoor Arizona. It is fun and good, arguably essential, for your health to volunteer outdoors. Hands-on work to restore and protect native habitat enhances the integrity of local ecosystems, which can contribute to everything from cleaner water to greater opportunities for people to experience the joy of nature.

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