Natural Restorations is teaming with the Coconino National Forest on Saturday, July 16th, from 8 a.m. to Noon to remove trash and debris from the areas surrounding the Arizona Trail Passage 32a, off Forest Road 791 & Historic Route 66.
Volunteers should wear long pants, sturdy closed toe shoes/boots, and bring thick work gloves. We also encourage volunteers to bring sunglasses and a hat. Real Purity donated Zinc Oxide sunscreen & herbal insect repellant for volunteers to use.
The Forest Service requires 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 & we can reserve them with the Forest Service for you to use that day.
A responsible adult must accompany and supervise anyone under the age of 18 years old.
Scattered trash & debris in this area provide experiential education opportunities for youth, scout groups and families.
Join us for a morning of stewardship and hands-on service learning along a beautiful section of the Arizona Trail. Help us keep Arizona beautiful and have a fun morning with a great group of people.
To register and for additional details, please contact Nicole at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Directions to Site:
From Phoenix: Take I-17 North to Flagstaff. Take I-40 East to Exit 204. Make left and go over the bridge. Follow Historic Route 66 to Forest Service Road 791. Site will be on your right just after the railroad tracks.
From Flagstaff: Site is East of the Purina Tower. Take US Hwy 89 to US Route 66. Go East on Route 66 to Forest Service Road 791. Site will be on your left.
GPS Coordinates: 35.217829, -111.529250
***This is a perfect opportunity to get out of the heat, hike, camp, and spend a few hours giving back by cleaning up a beautiful area.
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.