WildEarth Guardians invites you to join us for
a very unique opportunity to do restoration work in the Valles
Caldera National Preserve. This year we will be working in the large caldera meadow visible from Highway 4.
The 89,000 acre preserve in the Jemez Mountains, was once a private cattle ranch. WildEarth Guardians has advocated since its purchase that this stunning place of giant vistas and innumerable natural resources be restored. In 2009, the Trust managing the land agreed, and Guardians volunteers began to pull miles of fence that has for decades stood as a barrier to elk migrations that are critical to a fully functional ecosystem.
Accompany us again this year as we continue our fence removal project. You will be rewarded for your hard work by seeing wildlife moving freely in the park for the first time since the early 1900's.
Come just one day, or all three:
May 12 & 19 and June 9
Email our Office Manager, Angelisa or call (505) 988-9126 x0 for more information or to RSVP. We need 150 people over the course of these three events, please join us and ask your friends to attend too.
Wear work clothes. Bring your own lunch, gloves, water, and water-resistant clothing as the weather may be unpredictable. WildEarth Guardians will provide snacks, additional water and tools.
We hope to see you there!
For the wild,