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WANTED: Volunteers on Cedar Mesa!

We're teaming up with SITLA to organize a day of service on Cedar Mesa at the Cave Towers site. Saturday, September 19th we'll be working to restore this beloved Pueblo III site.

Volunteers will be given free admission to the Wild & Scenic Film Festival that evening in Bluff.

Spots are limited so sign up at: www.friendsofcedarmesa.org/volunteer-at-cave-towers-on-cedar-mesa/
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2 days ago  ·  

Friends of Cedar Mesa created an Service Project at Cave Towers on Cedar Mesa. ... See MoreSee Less

Volunteers are invited to help stabilize and enhance the Cave Towers site of Mule Canyon on Cedar Mesa. Join FCM and State of Utah School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration (SITLA) the morning of Saturday September 19 for a service project at this incredible prehistoric Pueblo III site just off of Highway 95. To volunteer, you must sign up (see link above) and we will email you project details. All volunteers will be given free admission to our Wild & Scenic Film Festival later that evening. Details at: www.friendsofcedarmesa.org/848/ Cave Towers is a dramatic site, perched on the edge of the head of Mule Canyon. Cave Towers, like many other locations on Cedar Mesa, has seen a dramatic increase in visitation in the last 10 years that has resulted in damage to the structures and surrounding area. We are working with SITLA to carry out a long-term plan to preserve this site for future visitors.

Service Project at Cave Towers on Cedar Mesa

September 19, 2015, 9:30am

Friends of Cedar Mesa

Volunteers are invited to help stabilize and enhance the Cave Towers site of Mule Canyon on Cedar Mesa. Join FCM and State of Utah School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration (SITLA) the morning of Saturday September 19 for a service project at this incredible prehistoric Pueblo III site just off of Highway 95. To volunteer, you must sign up (see link above) and we will email you project details. All volunteers will be given free admission to our Wild & Scenic Film Festival later that evening. Details at: www.friendsofcedarmesa.org/848/ Cave Towers is a dramatic site, perched on the edge of the head of Mule Canyon. Cave Towers, like many other locations on Cedar Mesa, has seen a dramatic increase in visitation in the last 10 years that has resulted in damage to the structures and surrounding area. We are working with SITLA to carry out a long-term plan to preserve this site for future visitors.

4 days ago  ·  

Friends of Cedar Mesa created an Wild & Scenic Film Festival. ... See MoreSee Less

Friends of Cedar Mesa is excited to host our first Wild & Scenic Film Festival – A Wild Life this September 19th in Bluff, Utah. We will be bringing a personalized lineup of 8 Wild & Scenic films for outdoor enthusiasts of all ages. Doors will open for the Film Festival at 7 pm and screenings will begin at 7:30. Tickets are available for advanced purchase for $10 (see below) or $15 at the door. 18 and under are free! Come for outstanding videography, great door prizes, snacks and drinks and the opportunity to support a great cause.

Wild & Scenic Film Festival

September 19, 2015, 7:00pm

Friends of Cedar Mesa

Friends of Cedar Mesa is excited to host our first Wild & Scenic Film Festival – A Wild Life this September 19th in Bluff, Utah. We will be bringing a personalized lineup of 8 Wild & Scenic films for outdoor enthusiasts of all ages. Doors will open for the Film Festival at 7 pm and screenings will begin at 7:30. Tickets are available for advanced purchase for $10 (see below) or $15 at the door. 18 and under are free! Come for outstanding videography, great door prizes, snacks and drinks and the opportunity to support a great cause.

4 days ago  ·