Join the Friends of Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument as we celebrate National Public Lands Day 2018!
This year, we will work together to reconstruct a livestock fence around Shoat Springs. The original fence was destroyed in the Oregon Gulch Fire in 2014. Our efforts to repair this barrier will support healthy riparian habitat both at the Springs and downstream. These riparian areas will then go on to provide habitat for a diverse array of mammals, birds, insects, amphibians, and more.
RSVP to reserve your place at this event. Lunch is included for all registered participants.
This event will involve challenging physical labor. Please come prepared. We will be working rain or shine!
The BLM will provide all tools and materials needed for this project. Participants need only bring the following:
sturdy work gloves
comfortable, protective clothing
a passion for public lands!
REGISTER HERE - you must register to receive a free lunch!