Volunteers complete 1200′ of fencing at Cedar Mesa Great House site

Volunteers from Osprey Packs travelled all the way from Colorado to help!

Kudos to the 20+ volunteers and BLM staff that helped construct and finish 1,200 feet of fencing to protect a Great House on Cedar Mesa!

How better to respect and protect than with hard work?Thank you to our volunteers who put in over 300 service hours over five work days to install this buck-and-rail fencing. The Ancestral Puebloan Great House was being damaged by cattle and off-road vehicles travelling unknowingly across the site.

We owe special thanks to the BLM staff who made this long-term project a success.

Stay tuned via our newsletter, blog and Facebook for others ways to be involved in on-the-ground stewardship work in the Bears Ears National Monument.

BLM staff helped carry heavy bucks for a quarter mile at the site.

Author: Amanda Podmore

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

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