View Full Version : 11th Annual National Public Lands Days Clean up

07-09-2004, 01:51 PM

The Prescott National Forest is guardian of more than 100,000 acres of wilderness represented by 8 wilderness areas.There are over 20 recreational facilities in the Prescott National Forest within a few miles of Prescott. Summer visitors seeking relief from the hot weather of the desert come to the beautiful Prescott National Forest to camp, fish, picnic, hike and ride. Unfortunately, commercial dumping, littering, irresponsible shooting and careless camping are destroying, this precious treasure.

The Good Gun Foundation is again giving its highest priority to participating in National Public Lands Day to help cleanup the Prescott National Forest, but we need your help to accomplish this goal. We are looking for groups like yours to commit their time to this great cause. Therefore, we need your help on Saturday, September 18 to take part in National Public Lands Day as we cleanup the Prescott National Forest. Each year, the countrys largest volunteer, hands-on effort draws volunteers from every state to provide the Helping Hands for Americans Lands. This volunteer effort is a great way to give back to the American landscapes you love and will make a difference for future generations!

Wouldnt your group like to be part of the largest volunteer effort of its kind in the country? Please join us to help cleanup the Prescott National Forest on National Public Lands Day, September 18. You can sign up on our website at www.goodgun.org, call Debbie Backhaus at 928-776-8056, Ext. 235 or email us at volunteer@goodgun.org.

Thank you for considering this request. We look forward to partnering with you on what promises to be another fantastic event.


Bryan Tucker
Good Gun Foundation

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