Natural Restorations is teaming with the Coconino Forest Service on Saturday, August 15, 2015, from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. to remove trash from the area surrounding Sheep Hill Tank off Forest Road 791 & Historic Route 66, just North of the Arizona Trail, Passage 32a.
*Minimum age requirement for this event: 16 years old. A responsible adult must accompany each volunteer under the age of 18.
Volunteers are required to wear Personal Protective Equipment; this includes closed toe shoes/boots, gloves, and hard hats. If you do not have gloves or a hard hat, please let us know and we can reserve them with the Forest Service for you to use that day. Volunteers should also wear long pants and bring sunscreen. If you have tools, such as a square point shovel, scoop shovel, heavy tine rake, wheel barrow, or trash pinchers, bring them with you.
We are working with the Forest Service to ensure the area is closed to target-shooting during our cleanup to ensure everyone's safety.
Join us for a day of hiking and picking up the trash spread throughout the area. Help us keep Arizona beautiful and have a fun day in the pines with a great group of people.
For more details and to register, please email Nicole at email@example.com
***This is the busy season for Flagstaff hotels and most anticipate full capacity this weekend.
Camping: Anywhere off the 303 Road East of the Walnut Canyon entrance road or anywhere along the section of the Arizona Trail Passage 32a close to the cleanup site.
Campgrounds: Canyon Vista Campground down Lake Mary Road or KOA off Highway 89. Dispersed camping off Lake Mary Road down Forest Road 3E or Forest Road 867.
Site Coordinates you can plug into Google Maps: 35.217829, -111.529250