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Project Location: We will be working 17 miles west of Flagstaff and 11 miles north of Interstate 40 in the Spring Valley/Government Prairie area.
Project Begins: Saturday August 11th, please arrive at camp by 8:00 AM. This is a one-day project for all attendees.
Project Activity: We will be modifying fencing to pronghorn friendly standards in various locations approximately 5 miles from camp.
Pronghorn Benefits: This fence project will improve an existing pronghorn movement corridor from their summer range on Government Prairie to winter habitat in the Ida and Babbitt grasslands to the north. Data from currently collared pronghorn was used to identify key areas for modification.
HPC Grant Benefits: All volunteer work hours and mileage will be used as in-kind match for an approved and funded 2018 AAF-AGFD North and South of I-40 Pronghorn Corridor Connectivity Project.
What to Bring: Work gloves (The AAF will have a limited supply), snacks, water and personal gear.
Meals: Please provide your own lunch to eat in the field on the Saturday. The AAF will be providing dinner on Friday and Saturday nights and a continental breakfast with coffee and juice on Saturday and Sunday mornings.
Contact: Glen Dickens at (520-247-4907) or email@example.com
Please RSVP by Tuesday August 7th at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know if you are attending so we can plan to have enough food and tools for everyone.
Arizona Antelope Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
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