Black Rock Rendezvous 2021 Trego Area Clean-up
We’re kicking off Black Rock Rendezvous with a morning cleanup at Trego Hot Springs. Before the volunteer project will be a one-hour Leave-No-Trace presentation by Nevada Outdoor School’s LNT master trainer (8 am to 9 am). For more info about the LNT presentation and the 2021 Rendezvous, visit BlackRockRendezvous.org
Where to meet: Trego Hot Springs
When: Saturday, May 29
8am – 9am Coffee and LNT Presentation hosted by Nevada Outdoor School. No registration required.
9am – 9:15am Volunteer check-in and assign volunteers to clean up areas
9:15am – 12pm Cleanup Trego areas
12pm Wrap-up and thank you to volunteers!
What to bring:
Work gloves (if you have them, we’ll provide some)
Dress in layers, wear close-toed shoes and long pants
Snacks, lunch, and water
Difficulty: Easy to Moderate. It may not be appropriate for children under 10 years old.
What to wear/bring: Long-sleeved shirt, long-sleeved pants, sturdy shoes/boots, work gloves, and a mask are required. Bring a backpack with 2 liters of water, sunscreen, snacks, and lunch. Hats and other sun-protective clothing are recommended. If you have your own leather gloves, you are encouraged to bring those, otherwise, they will be provided.
Further Details: Expect an email closer to the event with details including itinerary and weather. Plans are subject to change. We will always give as much notice as possible when this happens.
Meeting Location: The meeting location will be shared with those who RSVP. The meeting spot will not require a 4-wheel drive vehicle but will require travel on a maintained dirt road.
Contact Info: Please email or call with any questions or for further details: firstname.lastname@example.org and our office phone number: 775.557.2900
1) This is a single-day event – there will be no group camping or meals. Of course, you are welcome to camp on your own before or after the project (it’s your public lands after all!)
2) You are responsible for getting yourself to and from the project site. FNW is not offering rides to volunteers at this time.
3) Volunteers are expected to bring all the water, food, and personal supplies you will need for your visit.
4) Pack a lunch, bring plenty of snacks, and bring at least 1.5 gallons per person per day, bring more than you think you’ll need, stay hydrated!
5) CARRY A MASK. Participants are required to have a mask and wear it while 6 ft from anyone else.
RSVP is required to participate. Spots are limited.