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Red Wash Stewardship Project
October 20 - October 21
Labyrinth Canyon – a meandering stretch of the Green River carrying the river to its confluence with the mighty Colorado – received wild and scenic protections in 2019 as part of the Dingell Act, or Emery County Lands Bill. However, due to the fact of the river’s being divided midstream between Emery and Grand counties, the latter (eastern) territory remains without significant protection. Grand County’s growing recreation economy – in particular motorized use – jeopardizes the ecological integrity of its wild and scenic character. Join our crew as we work toward better management of the many side canyons and drainages feeding into Labyrinth Canyon.
We will tackle travel management issues in and near Red Wash. The full scope and project details will be shared with applicants.
Our Objective: To reinforce travel management strategies preventing nonpermitted motorized travel along the eastern stretches of Labyrinth Canyon and its drainages.
A comprehensive itinerary will be provided to registered volunteers.
- Thursday, October 20th: Day 1/Orientation
- Friday, October 21st: Day 2/Completion
Level 2 – Our most common trip incorporates mid- to heavy-lifting, work in remote landscapes at varying elevations, an increased diversity of tool use, and an emphasis on physical fitness and hiking competency.
Camping & Meals
Volunteers will camp at a location to be determined near the worksite(s).
A dinner will be provided, as well as snacks throughout the project duration.
Participants are responsible for their own food, water and camping gear as well as transportation to and from the project site(s). Volunteers should plan to be away from camp all day each of the work days. A recommended pack list will be sent along with the project Welcome Letter two weeks prior to the start date.
A Volunteer Agreement is required for this project.
When we have received your form, you will receive a confirmation e-mail within 5 working days of submission. The confirmation e-mail will indicate whether you have been placed on the “project roster” or a “waiting list.”
Three weeks before the start of the trip, you will receive an RSVP to confirm your participation. Individuals on the Waitlist will be contacted if spaces open due to cancellation.
Two weeks before the project start date, registered and confirmed participants will receive a Welcome Letter, with a comprehensive itinerary, including: driving instructions, a Project Map (for mobile devices), a notification about carpools and/or caravans, and additional information in a Pre-Departure email.
If you have any questions at any point throughout the process, please don’t hesitate to contact our program coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org or (435) 259-9151.