Stewardship Opportunity in GA

In honor of the 50th Wilderness Anniversary, the USFS is inviting the public to come and help keep our wilderness wild and pristine. Join Taylor Hamilton and David Kuykendall next Saturday in cleaning up our forest and breaking up fire rings along the AT on Blood Mtn.  in Georgia.

Blood Mountain Wilderness Clean-Up and Non-Native Invasive Species Removal

May 10, 2014

Meet at Lark Gap, across from Helton Creek Falls on Highway 129. Lark Gap is 19.8 miles north of Cleveland, GA and 11.4 miles south of Blairsville, GA.

Time: 9:00 am – 2:00 pm

For more information, contact Taylor Hamilton at kthamilton@fs.fed.us or (706) 745-6928 ext. 131.

This wilderness clean-up is held in honor of the 50th Anniversary of the Wilderness Act. Members of the public and local community are invited to participate in various activities focused on stewardship and appreciation of the surrounding Congressionally Designated Wildernesses in Georgia. Future events and activities will be posted as we get closer to their dates and complete details are available.

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