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Steens Mountain Fence Pull

  • Jul 26, 2013 · 5:00 PM

IMPORTANT NOTE: This is an announcement only!  Instructions for registration are given below.


Want to help add a bit more “wild” to the Steens Mountain wilderness?


Join us in removing the visual blight of old fencing that’s also a danger to hikers and wildlife. This year we will backpack in to our work site. No experience necessary! We will have down time to explore the area. We will even feed you dinner at the end of the day.  The work is strenuous and the climate hot, but you’ll walk away with a feeling of accomplishment.


To register, contact: Harry Anderton,[masked]

Preparation: Please contact the organizer, Harry Anderton, for preparation instructions.


About us: The Many Rivers Group is affiliated with State and National Sierra Club organizations.  The Sierra Club is the oldest and largest grass-roots environmental organization in the country, with nearly a million members and supporters nationwide.  The Many Rivers Group is an all-volunteer organization that represents Sierra Club members in Douglas, Coos, and Lane counties.  Please let us know us if you would like to join our our conservation and environmental protection efforts.

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