FBRHR Site Stewardship
TUESDAY May 5th – During COVID-19, Friends of Black Rock High Rock is responding to meet the increase in public access to the Black Rock High Rock Canyon Emigrant Trails National Conservation Area by providing education and resources through outreach and direct stewardship.
Now, as people seek to find solitude or a change of scenery, the Black Rock Desert High Rock Canyon Emigrant Trails NCA is seeing a considerable increase in visitors. #GivingTuesdayNow helps Friends of Black Rock High Rock in our mission to steward and educate the public regarding Leave No Trace, responsible dispersed camping, dune preservation and other issues critical to the stewardship of this National Conservation Area.
“Public lands, open spaces, solitude and the solace of landscape…people need this more than ever before. And now, more than ever, we need to preserve and protect our special places. We can and need to provide guidance and information.” #GivingTuesdayNowExecutive Director, Stacey Wittek
People can show their generosity in a variety of ways during #GivingTuesdayNow, whether it’s volunteering for site stewardship, advocating for public lands, sharing a skill, or giving to support our work, every act of generosity counts. The global movement will emphasize opportunities to give back to communities and causes in safe ways that allow for social connection even while practicing physical distancing.
Your donations in support of Friends of Black Rock High Rock will help us continue to provide outreach through education, online during COVID-19 and through our regular events and programs in the future.
Thank you for supporting our ongoing field work to steward, maintenance and conserve these beautiful public lands.