Upper Cedro Creek Gully Restoration and End-of-Season Celebration October 15, 2011
In conjunction with the Quivira Coalition, restoration specialists Steve Carson and Bill Zeedyk, and the Cibola National Forest, AWF will be finishing up our 2011 project season with this one day hands-on gully restoration project along the headwater reach of Cedro Creek. The location will be accessed from the Juan Tomas Road, off Hwy 337 (South 14) in the East Mountains south of Tijeras.
We will build several types of structures, including Zuni bowls, rock rundowns, one rock dams, and baffles. You will also be able to see other gully treatments installed by Steve Carson and Jason Cathcart this past March, and observe how they have responded to this year's monsoon season.
Bring day packs with rain gear, lunches/snacks, and plenty of water. Wear a hat and appropriate clothing and footwear. We'll have snacks and water. Please bring a water bottle and sunscreen.
After the project activities are completed, we will have a POTLUCK meal with grilled bison and veggie burgers and brats at a nearby USFS group picnic area. Please bring a dish to share, as well as your own plate and cup.
If you can't make it to the project, try to get to the picnic!
Further directions and details will be provided once you have signed up. Come out and join us for a fun day!
To sign-up or if you have questions, contact Glenda Muirhead at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 505-293-5122