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Restore Cedro Creek near Tijeras!
• What we'll do LOCATION: Cedro Creek in the Sandia Mountains, near Tijeras, NM THE PROJECT: For our final volunteer restoration service project of the season, we will be returning to one of our legacy sites, Cedro Creek in the Sandia Mountains. Our work will focus on building rock structures to arrest downcutting and stabilize the channel. After we finish up our work, we’ll gather for a late lunch potluck (around 2:00) to celebrate all the great restoration work accomplished by AWF volunteers during the 2018 season! SCHEDULE: Saturday, October 20, 8:30-4:00 • What to bring GEAR: Bring everything you need for a day of outdoor work, including gloves, hat, long sleeves, long pants, sturdy boots, sunglasses, and sunscreen. Dress in layers to be prepared for New Mexico’s variable weather. FOOD: AWF will provide bison or veggie burgers for the afternoon potluck. Please bring a dish to share along with snacks and water for the work day. • Important to know To RSVP, please email [masked], and please include a phone number or email contact information so we can update you if anything changes (e.g., weather cancellation). When you RSVP, we will send you directions to the project site and more information about the project.

Tijeras Ranger Station

NM 337 · Tijeras, NM

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Albuquerque Wildlife Federation is an all-volunteer non-profit organization focused on New Mexico's wildlife and habitat resources. Among AWF's dedicated and able volunteers are wildlife experts, public land stewards, sportsmen and hunters, and most especially, ordinary citizens committed to conservation of nature's wealth for personal fulfillment and for future generations.

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