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    • 29 Sep 2018
    • 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM
    • Charlton Flats Picnic Area
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    Come out and join us to celebrate National Public Lands Day by lending a hand to take care of the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument and Angeles National Forest at Charlton Flats Picnic Area. This year we will be helping to restore trails and perform light maintenance while enjoying a beautiful day amongst pines and cedars in the San Gabriel Mountains.

    Description of the Day

    After registration the group will receive a welcome and overview of the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument and how to safely do the work for the day. We will break up into teams to help clear trails, remove vegetation, and clear trail drainages. The group will reconvene for a free lunch to celebrate the accomplishments of the day together. Participants are free to enjoy the rest of the Mountains after the event. 

    Partners

    This event in sponsored by REI in partnership with many volunteer organizations, National Forest Foundation and the USDA Forest Service.

    Agenda

    8:30   am – registration

    9:00   am – safety and park history

    9:15   am – begin trail work

    12:00 pm – lunch

    1:00 pm – end of program

    Personal Equipment to Wear while Working

    Long sleeve shirt, long pants, gloves, and close toed shoes are required. Sun protection hat, hard-hat (can be provided if needed), Ten Essentials (include a personal First Aid kit), water (2 Quarts), snacks, etc. Be prepared to hike about a mile.

    Directions

    Google Map Link to Charlton Flat Picnic Area

    GPS Coordinates:

    Latitude: 34°17'52.70"N

    Longitude: 118° 0'21.26"W

    Driving Directions: From the 210 Freeway in La Canada, go north on Angeles Crest CA Hwy 2 to Charlton Flats Picnic Area (23 miles), look for the kiosk, bathroom and entrance on the left hand side of the road. Allow 40 minutes driving time from the 210 Freeway. Please carpool if possible. Cell phones will not work in the area so please print out directions ahead of time. 

    Questions

    If you have any questions please contact Edward Belden at ebelden@nationalforests.org

    • 06 Oct 2018
    • 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM
    • MEET AT: Coconino Supervisor's Office in Flagstaff ( 1824 Thompson St., Flagstaff, AZ 86001)
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    In Arizona’s National Forests springs are like nature’s downtown. They attract every living thing, because all living things need water! A huge variety of plants grow near springs, those plants attract pollinators and other insects; insects attract birds and bats; elk, deer, coyotes, lizards, raccoons, ringtails, bobcats and bears all come for a drink; and the frogs keep the place hopping. Sometimes a place as popular as this needs a little TLC.

    In this way the Rosilda Springs Restoration Project is like a downtown renovation and we need your help! The National Forest Foundation, Grand Canyon Trust, Arizona Game and Fish and Friend of Northern Arizona Forest are all teaming up to restore Rosilda Springs.  This restoration will involved planting native plants like willows and cottonwoods and building a fence around the spring source to protect a small but sensitive wetland. We are looking for volunteers to come help renovate one of wildlife’s favorite watering holes. Hope you will join us!

    JOIN US

    Saturday, October 6 from 8:00 AM to 1:00 PM

    Meet at the Coconino Supervisor's Office in Flagstaff (1824 S. Thompson St., Flagstaff, AZ 86001) at 7:45 AM,  from there we will carpool/caravan to the work site.

    Kids ages eight and up are welcome to join us!

    WHAT TO BRING:

    Full brimmed hat 

    Sunscreen

    Refillable water bottle

    WHAT WILL BE PROVIDED:

    Work gloves, tools and necessary materials

    Additional water to refill water bottles

    Safety review and work demonstration will precede the project work

    A deli-style lunch will be provided

    QUESTIONS

    Please contact Spencer Plumb from the National Forest Foundation at splumb@nationalforests.org with any questions.

    • 10 Oct 2018
    • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM (PDT)
    • Sacramento, CA; Vancouver, WA; and Juneau, AK
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    In partnership with the National Forest Foundation, the US Forest Service is launching a series of four partner feedback sessions across the country, designed to enable two-way discussion and exploration between the Forest Service and their partners and stakeholders, presented virtually with select satellite locations. 

    Join us for the Western Regions' session on Wednesday, October 10, from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM Pacific Time. There will be in-person meetings in: Sacramento, CA; Vancouver, WA; and Juneau, AK, or you will be able to participate virtually via Adobe Connect and Meeting One Conference Line.

    Wednesday, October 10

    9:00 AM to 12:00 PM Pacific Time 

    In person or online 

    Please check back soon for the agenda

    TO REGISTER

    Click the 'Register' button to the left and follow the prompts. You will be able to let us know how you will participate and provide us some basic contact information so we can send you updates on the session. 

    Can't make that time?

    There will be three regional sessions the week of the 10th. If you are unable to make the Western Session feel free to participate at the Intermountain or Eastern Sessions. If none of these times work please register for this session and select the 'more information' option to get the presentation and support materials following the session. 

    Questions?

    If you have any questions about the session or the objective of these meetings please contact Ben Irey with the National Forest Foundation at birey@nationalforests.org.  

    • 11 Oct 2018
    • 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM (MDT)
    • In-person and online: in-person locations: Missoula, MT; Lakewood, CO; Ogden, UT; Pinetop, AZ; and Albuquerque, NM
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    In partnership with the National Forest Foundation, the US Forest Service is launching a series of four partner feedback sessions across the country, designed to enable two-way discussion and exploration between the Forest Service and their partners and stakeholders, presented virtually with select satellite locations.

    Join us for the Intermountain Regions' session on Thursday, October 11, from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM Mountain Time. There will be in-person meetings in: Missoula, MT; Ogden, UT; Lakewood, CO; Pinetop, AZ; and Albuquerque, NM, or you will be able to participate virtually via Adobe Connect and Meeting One Conference Line.

    Thursday, October 11

    10:00 AM to 1:00 PM 

    Mountain Time 

    In person or online 

    Please check back soon for the agenda


    TO REGISTER

    Click the 'Register' button to the left and follow the prompts. You will be able to let us know how you will participate and provide us some basic contact information so we can send you updates on the session.

    Can't make that time?

    There will be three regional sessions the week of the 10th. If you are unable to make the Western Session feel free to participate at the Western or Eastern Sessions. If none of these times work please register for this session and select the 'more information' option to get the presentation and support materials following the session.  

    Questions

    If you have any questions about the session or the objective of these meetings please contact Ben Irey with the National Forest Foundation at birey@nationalforests.org.  

    • 11 Oct 2018
    • 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM (MDT)
    • Mesa Vista High School - Multipurpose Room Highway 285 & State Road 111, Ojo Caliente, NM 87549
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    Join us on Tuesday, October 11 from 5:00 to 7:00 PM for the Westside Rock Climbing in the Questa District of the Carson National Forest workshop.  

    Location: Mesa Vista High School - Multipurpose Room Highway 285 & State Road 111, Ojo Caliente, NM 87549

    The aim of the workshop is to build an understanding of rules and opportunities related to rock climbing on the public lands of the Carson National Forest  (CNF), and create a respectful dialogue among our community members of recreationists, outfitters and local residents.

    Issues we’ll tackle in the workshop include:

    • CNF rules and maps pertaining to allowed and disallowed rock climbing uses and impacts
    • The importance of relying upon CNF-permitted outfitters and guides
    • Hours and habits of rock climbers to ensure a healthy respect of local residents
    • Local economic benefits from recreational use of the CNF

    Please contact Ben Irey at birey@nationalforests.org with questions, and please RSVP!

    • 12 Oct 2018
    • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EDT)
    • In-person and online: in-person locations: Duluth, MN; Gladstone, MI; Ironwood, MI; Bristol, FL; Atlanta, GA; Russelville, AR; Edgefield, SC
    Register


    In partnership with the National Forest Foundation, the US Forest Service is launching a series of four partner feedback sessions across the country, designed to enable two-way discussion and exploration between the Forest Service and their partners and stakeholders, presented virtually with select satellite locations. 

    Join us for the Eastern Regions' session on Thursday, October 12, from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM Eastern Time. There will be in-person meetings in: Duluth, MN; Gladstone, MI; Ironwood, MI; Bristol, FL; Atlanta, GA; Russellville, AR; Edgefield, SC, or you will be able to participate virtually via Adobe Connect and Meeting One Conference Line.

    Thursday, October 12

    9:00 AM to 12:00 PM 

    Eastern Time 

    In person or online 

    Please check back soon for the agenda

    TO REGISTER

    Click the 'Register' button to the left and follow the prompts. You will be able to let us know how you will participate and provide us some basic contact information so we can send you updates on the session.

    Can't make that time?

    There will be three regional sessions the week of the 10th. If you are unable to make the Western Session feel free to participate at the Western or Intermountain Sessions. If none of these times work please register for this session and select the 'more information' option to get the presentation and support materials following the session

    Questions

    If you have any questions about the session or the objective of these meetings please contact Ben Irey with the National Forest Foundation at birey@nationalforests.org.  

If you have any questions about the above NFF Events please contact 

Emily Struss at estruss@nationalforests.org or 406-830-3360, or

Emily Olsen at esolen@nationalforests.org or 406-830-3369

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