This Saturday, March 21, 2015: LET’S RESTORE PART OF THE LOCAL WILDLIFE LINKAGE AREA

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LET’S RESTORE COYOTE VALLEY WITH THE MOJAVE DESERT LAND TRUST THIS COMING SATURDAY, MARCH 21!

Coyote Valley Clean-up and Restoration Event- 8:30AM-12PM

Please join us in North Joshua Tree, off Sunfair Road, for our first Coyote Valley stewardship event with a pre-event coffee and welcome address by MDLT Executive Director, Danielle Segura.

Neighborhood Meet & Greet: 8:30AM-9:00AM
Stewardship Activities: 9AM-12PM
Location: Meet at the intersection of Sonora Road and Sunfair Road in North Joshua Tree

Please join us for our first Coyote Valley stewardship event in North Joshua Tree, off Sunfair Road, with a pre-event coffee and welcome address by Mojave Desert Land Trust Executive Director Danielle Segura. After having coffee with our ED, get ready to roll up your sleeves and join us for clean-up and restoration activities on this critical habitat, which is a part of the wildlife linkage area the Land Trust is dedicated to protecting.

Please bring water, snacks, gloves, sunglasses (eye protection), long sleeved shirt, long pants, sunscreen, wide brim hat, and sturdy boots.

Driving Directions: From the intersection of 29 Palms Highway and Park Blvd
1. Travel east on 29 Palms Highway for approximately 4 miles
2. Turn left onto Sunfair Road and travel north for approximately 5 miles until the road curves left and becomes Coyote Valley Rd.
3. Continue on Coyote Valley Rod. for about one mile and then turn right to travel east on Sonora Rd. for about 500 feet until reaching the intersection with Sunfair Road
4. The MDLT table with coffee will be set up at the intersection of Sonora Rd. and Sunfair Rd. Please park on the right side (or South side) of Sonora Rd.

We encourage you to invite any family and friends who would like to be involved in this effort.

Please contact Lesley Hughes for further details and to RSVP at 760.366.5440 or lesley@mojavedesertlandtrust.org

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