Cave Towers Volunteer Project Nov. 19

Volunteer to Protect Cave Towers

Sunday, November 19, 2017 –¬†Cedar Mesa, UT

Over the past few months, the Acoma Pueblo Conservation Corps, FCM volunteers and Woods Canyon Archaeological Consultants have been putting in some serious time and energy to survey and stabilize the Cave Towers archaeological site on SITLA land.

The trouble is, stray cattle can make their way into the site and undo all the hard work that’s been done to preserve this cultural site. We are looking for a group of volunteers to help build buck and rail fence at Cave Towers to help protect the site from inadvertent damage caused by cattle.

Part of this service project will be strenuous, involving heavy lifting. However, we can accommodate any and all volunteer needs at this fun project on the landscape. Please bring lunch, water, warm & rain layers, closed toed shoes and work gloves. We will be meeting at the Bluff Community Center at 9 am and at Cave Towers at 10 am. Sign up for the project below.

Author: Amanda Podmore

Amanda Podmore is the Assistant Director of Friends of Cedar Mesa.

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