Spring Stewardship Opportunities Abound

racetrack playa volunteers after

This Spring, we have a trio of volunteer opportunities in our desert and high-desert ecosystems.

  • Saturday, March 23, 2019 – Death Valley National Park Badwater Basin Effacement Volunteer Project – Our partners at Death Valley National Park are looking for enthusiastic volunteers for a day of restoring a playa in the Badwater Basin, treating OHV trespass. Space is limited to twelve people, so please RSVP to me at alex@friendsoftheinyo.org and I will send you the full details.
  • Sunday, March 24, 2019 – Flash Foxy Women’s Climbing Festival Stewardship Day – Join us and partners as we send off the Women’s Climbing Festival with a morning of stewardship in the Buttermilk Country and Volcanic Tablelands. Wear work-appropriate clothing and closed-toed shoes, and bring the water and snacks you’ll need for a morning of work. We’ll provide tools and gloves. All ages welcome!
  • March 25-28, April 9-12 , April 15-18 (tentative dates)- Death Valley National Park Eureka Dunes Rare Plant Monitoring – Join DVNP in a great experience! Our field weeks generally run 10hrs/day, and we’ll be camping at the dunes. Volunteers can expect strenuous hiking in sand (up to 8 miles/day), and lots of beautiful views and rare plants along the way.
    E-mail alex@friendsoftheinyo.org with any questions, and to RSVP. 

There you have it! Get out and give back to the Eastern Sierra’s public lands at one of these events. For the Death Valley activities, e-mail alex@friendsoftheinyo.org for more info and to RSVP. Thanks!

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