|Albuquerque Wildlife Federation||
April 19-21: Cebolla Canyon
LOCATION: Cebolla Canyon in the El Malpais National Conservation Area south of Grants, NM.
THE PROJECT: Volunteers will hand-build structures and plant native vegetation to restore a wetland area as part of a comprehensive ecosystem restoration effort.
Friday, April 19 - Meet at campsite (BLM will be providing porta-potties). Dinner on your own.
Saturday, April 20 - Breakfast burritos and coffee/tea provided by AWF. Safety talk, project overview, and begin work on project. Lunch on your own; potluck dinner with burgers provided by AWF. Campfire/socializing.
Sunday, April 21 - Breakfast on your own (leftovers often available). Short work day for those who can stay; leave as you need to.
GEAR: Bring everything you need for a weekend of camping. For the work, don’t forget gloves, hat, long sleeves, long pants, sturdy boots, and sunscreen. Warm clothes for the evenings and plenty of water are essential.
FOOD: AWF will provide breakfast burritos on Saturday morning and bison or veggie burgers on Saturday evening. Please bring something to share for the Saturday potluck dinner, along with your own lunches, Friday dinner, and Sunday breakfast. AWF will provide snacks, ice water, and drink mixes during the work days (please bring your own mug or water bottle).
TO SIGN UP: Contact Scial at firstname.lastname@example.org
(Details and directions will be sent to you once you sign up.)
2013 AWF Project Schedule