This video from SUWA's National Public Lands Day Service project was taken on September 25th, 2010. After consulting with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Price Field Office, SUWA Field Inventory Specialist Ray Bloxham worked with 15 volunteers for 6 hours to build post and rail fences signifying the vehicle route designations (in conformance with the Price Resource Management Plan motorized route designations) in the Muddy Creek canyon bottom riparian area. The BLM provided materials for the project and delivered a trailer to the project site prior to National Public Lands Day. See our Facebook page for photos from the project.
Thanks to everyone who helped and we look forward to continuing to provide the BLM with volunteer assistance!