Earth Day Litter Clean-Up Day #3

In celebration of Earth Day the Bureau of Land Management will be concluding a large scale clean-up in the northeast section of town. This will be the 3rd and final day of this Earth Day Event. Volunteers will be working to remove unsightly debris and litter illegally dumped on vacant parcels of land surrounding N. Hollywood and Alto. Members of the Sierra Club and Nellis Air Force Base will be on hand to assist. Please join the BLM, Sierra Club, and Nellis Air Force Base as they complete their Earth Day Project.

BLM Litter Clean-up

Litter clean-up events through Get Outdoors Nevada are a great way to get some heart-healthy exercise and make new friends, all-the-while promoting a healthy environment for residents of Southern Nevada. On Saturday, May 15th, Eagle Scout candidate Zachary Wells and other troop 143 members will be assisting the Bureau of Land Management in a litter clean-up in the area of 215 and Ann road. We will have fun and the environment will benefit from our efforts.

Red Rock Days

The Bureau of Land Management and Eagle Scout candidate, Zachary Wells are looking for 100+ volunteers for a large scale litter clean-up in the area of 215 and Ann road. Please join the BLM, Zach, and members from scout troop 143 as they contribute their time to help protect a portion of Red Rock Canyon. We will have fun and the environment will benefit from our efforts.

Wilderness Snow Melting Marathon

Volunteer Work Type: Hike up into the Mt Charleston Wilderness to melt snow for drinking water for the upcoming field season.
Contact: Kurt Kuznicki Friends of Nevada Wilderness (775) 745-3119 for more information and to sign up.
 
Volunteers will hike into the wilderness area though the Bristlecone Pines to melt snow for drinking water for this upcoming field season. Volunteers are asked to bring a stove, fuel, pots. Forest Service will provide water storage containers. The hike will be strenuous, so volunteers must be in hiking shape.

International Migratory Bird Day BBQ and Adopt-a-Box at Pahranagat National Wildlife Refuge

The US Fish and Wildlife Service and Pahranagat National Wildlife Refuge would like to invite all to join the fun as we celebrate migratory birds and the uniqueness of Pahranagat Valley and the Refuge! We are planning many activities for everyone in your family. Bird walk, installing bird and bat nest boxes, and arts & crafts, projects that you can take home and other goodies! And you can’t miss the BBQ thanking our volunteers. We’ll also be on the lookout for a few good volunteers to participate in bird monitoring on the refuge.

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