Arizona: Conservation Campout
Apr
28
to Apr 29

Arizona: Conservation Campout

Based on pronghorn collar data, wildlife biologists with the US Forest Service have identified detrimental habitat fragmentation. By taking a data driven approach to fence modification and removal, we will help the Forest Service improve habitat continuity and reestablish genetic flow between isolated populations. 

Come join us in the Kaibab National Forest near Flagstaff! As with all our Campouts, treat this weekend as if you were going camping. Bring your outdoors gear, tent and bag, and enough food to see you through the weekend. We'll cook up some burgers and dogs, and crack some beers, but it's always good to be prepared!

Interested? Let us know here and we'll email you as it gets closer! 

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Washington: Conservation Campout
May
19
to May 20

Washington: Conservation Campout

Riser Lake is a local favorite near Winthrop, WA in the Wenatchee National Forest. As one of the first trails to become available from spring snow melt, it receives a significant amount of recreation pressure. By maintaining trail health and clear boundaries, we can help balance substantial use with healthy habitat. 

As with all our Campouts, treat this weekend as if you were going camping. Bring your outdoors gear, tent and bag, and enough food to see you through the weekend. We'll cook up some burgers and dogs, and crack some beers, but it's always good to be prepared!

Interested? Let us know here and we'll email you as it gets closer!

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Montana: Conservation Campout
Jun
2
to Jun 3

Montana: Conservation Campout

Come help us continue our work on the C. M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge. The CMR acquired new acreage through the Land & Water Conservation Fund, and there is still some old fencing the Fish & Wildlife Service needs to remove from wildlife corridors. After making significant progress during our 2017 campout in the CMR, we're excited to continue our habitat improvement work in the area.

*Montana Special: a wild game cookout will take place Saturday evening!*

Treat this weekend as if you were going camping. Bring your outdoors gear, tent and bag, and enough food to see you through the weekend. We'll have snacks and beer, and in this case a wild game cookout, but it's good to be prepared!

Interested? Let us know here and we'll email you as it gets closer!

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Idaho: Conservation Campout
Jun
16
to Jun 17

Idaho: Conservation Campout

Come help us improve critical sage grouse habitat down in Owyhee County. Via strategic fence removal and foliage thinning, we can open up wildlife corridors and prevent sage from juniper encroachment. 

*Idaho Special: a wild game cookout will take place Saturday evening!*

Treat this weekend as if you were going camping. Bring your outdoors gear, tent and bag, and enough food to see you through the weekend. We'll have snacks and beer, and in this case a wild game cookout, but it's good to be prepared!

Interested? Let us know here and we'll email you as it gets closer!

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California: Conservation Campout
Jul
28
to Jul 29

California: Conservation Campout

With the modern need for fire suppression, many areas in the Sierra Nevada are in need of foliage thinning to battle meadow encroachment and aspen crowding. Come help us work with biologists in the Tahoe National Forest to clear brush and thin conifers. 

As with all our Campouts, treat this weekend as if you were going camping. Bring your outdoors gear, tent and bag, and enough food to see you through the weekend. We'll cook up some burgers and dogs, and crack some beers, but it's always good to be prepared!

Interested? Let us know here and we'll email you as it gets closer!

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Utah: Conservation Campout
Mar
10
to Mar 11

Utah: Conservation Campout

UPDATE: thanks to our volunteers for making this Campout a success!

We're kicking off this year's Conservation Campouts on BLM land in Utah. During these events we engage in hands-on conservation and camp out from Saturday to Sunday. It's a great way to have real, lasting impact, as well as hang out around the fire with other public land enthusiasts!

For the Utah Campout we will be fence marking and juniper thinning in sage grouse habitat, alongside biologists from the Bureau of Land Management and Utah Division of Wildlife Resources on the Skutumpah Terrace near Panguitch. 

As with all our Campouts, treat this weekend as if you were going camping. Bring your outdoors gear, tent and bag, and enough food to see you through the weekend. We'll cook up some burgers and dogs and crack some beers, but it's always good to bring food in case you're still hungry! 

Sign up here and see full details here!

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