Tread Lightly Seeks Volunteers for Easter Jeep Safari Cleanup in MoabPosted in Moab Experience: 2015 on March 4, 2015
Tread Lightly! is looking for volunteers to help during their Restoration for Recreation project during Easter Jeep Safari in Moab, Utah. Restoration for Recreation was designed to keep the great outdoors healthy, accessible and open to the public by providing much needed resources for restoration, maintenance and new construction, along with education and outreach initiatives to help America’s public agencies better manage sustainable outdoor recreation.
The program was established in 1997 to generate voluntary funding from the private sector and since then its partners from both the private and public sectors, as well as their volunteers have been building bridges, improving maps and signage, and restoring damaged areas and degraded trails into enjoyable recreation resources.
This year, Tread Lightly! and their partners are coming together for a day of wheeling and restoration during the 2015 Easter Jeep Safari at Wipe Out Hill on the Sevenmile Rim Trail. Tread Lightly! and their volunteers will be constructing approximately one half of a mile of fencing along Sevenmile Rim Trail and around Wipe Out Hill to keep the area looking natural and to help clearly identify the trail in order to protect the public’s access and opportunities to enjoy this very popular trail and scenic overlook.
If you’ll be in Moab for Easter Jeep Safari 2015, please volunteer and help Tread Lightly! keep our trails open to the public for future generations to enjoy.
For more information on how you can help, please visit: http://treadlightly.org/programs/restoration-for-recreation/