Habitat Restoration for Antelope and Grasslands
Apr. 30, May 28, Jun. 25, Jul. 23, Aug. 20,
Sep. 24, 2005
9 am to 1 pm
The Arizona Game and Fish Department’s
Flagstaff regional office in cooperation
with the Coconino National Forest is seeking
volunteers to help cut small junipers, pinyon
and ponderosa pines with loppers and handsaws
in order to restore grassland. If you are
interested in volunteering, join us at Kinickinick
Lake at 9 a.m. on dates mentioned above.
should wear long pants and a long-sleeved
shirt and bring water, a hat,
gloves and lunch or snacks. Please do
not bring chain saws. We cannot allow the use
of chain saws because of concerns for safety.
The Department will supply tools and drinks.
For more information, contact Rick Miller,
John Goodwin, Andi Rogers, Rick Keller
or any Habitat Intern at Arizona Game and
Fish Department in Flagstaff, (928) 774-5045.
Directions from Flagstaff Regional
Office of the Arizona Game and Fish to Kinickinick
Lake map: go south approximately 20
miles to near the south end of Mormon Lake,
on Lake Mary Road (Forest Highway 3). Turn
left (east) on Forest Road 125. Signs on
highway indicate turn to Kinickinick Road.
Go about five miles on the dirt road to
the junction with Forest Road 82. Turn right
on to Forest Road 82 and go about five miles
to Kinickinick Lake.