Entering Red Canyon Reserve Friday - Sunday, October 17-19
Located southwest of Socorro, New Mexico
, Red Canyon Reserve is nestled among the foothills of the San Mateo Mountains, against the boundary of the Cibola National Forest. This 320-acre property, owned by the Quivira Coalition
, is devoted to land restoration activities and the preservation of wildlife. The majestic and rugged Red Canyon bisects the property as it runs down from the western mountains and opens up onto the Rio Grande Basin to the east. Mule deer, antelope, mountain lion, javelina, black bear and many species of birds have been observed on the property.
Come and enjoy a beautiful fall weekend at RCR and help us out with a few land stewardship chores: building erosion control structures in Windmill Draw, fence checking and repair, cleaning and refilling the wildlife drinkers, and assisting with general camp maintenance We will also need help with plant ID so bring your field identification books!
Camping is available for overnight participants.
The "Cow Palace" has a covered cooking area with a large propane 2-burner stove, a fire pit for evening get-togethers, a running sink, shower facilities and a high-end outhouse. Please be prepared to bring your own food, drinking water and camping gear.
With enough volunteer support, there will be plenty of time for hiking, exploring, bird watching and just relaxing at camp! If camping isn't your thing, Magdalena is just up State Road 107 about 20 miles from the ranch.
This FREE workshop is limited to 30 participants.
Register below to receive directions and an informational letter.Looking forward to seeing you on the land!
For questions contact: Avery
To Register for this workshop, fill out the form below and press 'Register'