Joshua Tree Restoration Watering
June 17 @ 7:00 am - 10:00 am
Help water a restoration grove of Joshua trees in the Beaver Dam Wash National Conservation Area! Meeting location and exact time will be shared when you sign-up at this link.
You will be providing supplemental water to 56 Joshua trees and prickly pear cactus transplanted into a Beaver Dam Wash fire scar.
This event may require driving your vehicle about 65 miles roundtrip from the St George area; 5 miles will be over a graded dirt road off of old Highway 91, but carpooling may also be an option. See sign-up link for more details.
This project takes about 3 hours including driving time (1.5-2 hours total driving time; 1-1.5 hours watering on site).
Note: This will be a recurring need every 2-3 weeks until the new plants are established. You may sign up as you are available. It works best for 2-3 people; one to fill buckets with a hose from a water bladder, and others to haul them to the plants up to 25 yards away.
To attend this volunteer activity, you must RSVP by signing-up at this link: https://forms.gle/dLXZiQD8Cnqsv8FJ8