Arizona Elk Society Schedules Volunteer Work Project For Wildlife

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Looking for something to do in the high country of northern Arizona?

On the weekend of May 14 and 15m the Arizona Elk Society will be hosting a volunteer work project northeast of Flagstaff. This year participating groups will be cutting small jack pine trees that are encroaching on the grasslands beside scenic Highway 180.

Restoring grasslands provides areas for elk and antelope, as well as grassland birds and more to feed and migrate.

Many of the grasslands are used as migration and travel corridors to get from winter to summer grounds for wildlife.

The Arizona Elk Society will be providing all the meals at a great camp near the work project.

Take Highway 180 northeast out of Flagstaff to milepost 242.5 and then turn left on Forest Road 191. The camp is a quarter-mile in on FR 191.

Please RSVP to Tom Schorr, tomschorr@arizonaelksociety.org.

For more information and other projects and events of the Arizona Elk Society, visit the Web site at www.arizonaelksociety.org.

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