The Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests invites you to participate in the Water Canyon / Saffell Canyon volunteer cleanup day. Please join us Saturday morning, on June 1, 2019 for a very special day of removing trash from our national forest lands.
The Forest Service has been receiving a number of calls about the amount trash that’s been left at the Water Canyon and Saffell Canyon areas for years. It is unfortunate that there are members of society that leave their trash on the national forest public lands. It’s just been within the past year where this problem has grown larger than anyone can imagine.
This will be the very first time the Forest Service has asked the public to participate in a major cleanup effort in Water and Saffell Canyons. This a great opportunity for the public to participate in something that will make such a difference to our forests. The Forest Service will dispose of the trash so, no one has to worry about hauling it away.
Forest Service employees will supply the truck and trash-bags to clean up trash from the Saffell Canyon OHV Trailhead. A portion of Water Canyon on Forest Road 285 Road will also be cleaned up (please see map). Volunteers are needed at Saffell Canyon Trailhead June 1, 2019 at 8 a.m. until approximately noon. Please bring your own gloves.
For more information, please contact: Christina Brannon at (928) 333-6211 or, Rob Lever, District Ranger at Springerville Ranger District at (928)333-6201. You may also contact the Springerville Ranger District at (928)333-6200, or the Apache-Sitgreaves Supervisor’s Office at (928) 333-6280. This clean-up effort will be organized by the Fire, Recreation and Timber Crews of the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests. The Apache-Sitgreaves truly appreciates any help you can provide.
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