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Red Cliffs NCA’s 13th Birthday
March 26, 2022 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Happy Birthday, Red Cliffs NCA!
Join Conserve Southwest Utah on Saturday, March 26th from 9 am to 12 pm to celebrate the 13th anniversary of the Omnibus Public Land Management Act and the establishment of the Red Cliffs and Beaver Dam Wash NCA’s. This is a birthday celebration and morning-of-giving in honor of our beloved Red Cliffs NCA.
Please RSVP using this Google Form.
You’ll be participating in a small volunteer project at the Cottonwood Trailhead before enjoying birthday cake and conversation with CSU’s Public Lands team. Together, we’ll be working in a habitat restoration plot to rake Globemallow, Green Ephedra, Galleta Grass and Sandberg Bluegrass seed mixture into the soil of an area devastated by a human-caused wildfire. This volunteer activity will require the ability to climb and descend a short-but-steep hill and to rake the soil with a garden rake. Adult supervision is necessary for minors. This is an outside, open-air project where social distancing can be maintained.
Please arrive on time. Together, we will be traveling to an unmarked, off-trail habitat restoration plot no later than 9:15 am.
– You must bring at least one liter of water
– Wear clothes you’re comfortable getting dirty
– Closed toed shoes
– Rake, hard or soft (please bring an extra to share if you have one)
– If you own work gloves, please bring them
– Face mask
– Sun hat, sunglasses, and sunscreen
– We will provide birthday cake but please bring any additional food you may need
Reach out to Sarah Thomas-Clayburn with questions
Cell: (435) 590-8172
Required Volunteer Waiver:
Please download the CSU volunteer waiver here. Sign and return a copy for each member of your group to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please date the waiver March 26, 2022. Thank you!
*If you are unable to download and sign the waiver from home, please let us know. We will bring a hard copy for you to sign at the event.
We will be working in the restoration plot near the Cottonwood Trailhead. To see the exact location of the event on Google Maps click on the link below. A red pin marks the location of the volunteer event.
Link to map: https://goo.gl/maps/DunsyYtw12nUXTUUA
Red Cliffs Habitat Restoration Plot Driving Directions (see map below):
1. From I-15, take Exit 16 (Hurricane Exit).
2. Head east on Highway 9 (toward Hurricane) for just under one mile.
3. Take a left at the first traffic light onto 6300 West/Old Hwy 91. Look for the Chevron station at the corner.
4. Drive northeast for about 2 miles, past the Walmart Distribution Center, to the Winkel Distributing Co.
5. Turn west onto the dirt road inbetween Winkel Distributing Co and Rocky Mountain Power building.
4. Drive under the two bridges beneath the freeway into the parking lot.