Volunteer at Cedar Breaks National Monument for Public Lands Day

Join Cedar Breaks National Monument on National Public Lands Day (NPLD) September 30, 2017! NPLD is the nation’s largest, single-day volunteer effort to give back to the lands where we play, learn, exercise, and relax! NPLD is also a fee-free day for all federal public lands and many state parks.

Give back to your community and Cedar Breaks by collecting native seeds as well as transplanting native forbs and grasses to rehabilitate disturbed sights. We may also do some trail rehabilitation to provide better hiking experiences in the park.

Make sure to bring good boots, gloves, a warm jacket, water and food. The daytime temperatures could be around 40-50 degrees so dress warm and come prepared for rain and wind.

Whether or not you volunteer on National Public Lands Day, make sure to get out and enjoy nature or simply learn more about your public lands and the plants and wildlife that live there. Your work will help ensure our public lands continue to be beautiful places for all to enjoy!

For more information about NPLD, visit NEEFusa.org/NPLDNEEFusa.org/NPLD. The public is encouraged to follow and participate in environmental stewardship conversation on social media using the hashtag #NPLD and #WhyICare