May 29 Monday
The Coconino County Cooperative Extension Program trains Master Gardener volunteers to provide free science-based horticulture information to our community. This includes information on plant selection, insects, plant diseases, planting, pruning, irrigating, fertilizing, and more. This is a 16-week training. After completing 50 hours of volunteer service, students become Coconino Master Gardeners. For more information, go to https://extension.arizona.edu/coconino-master-gardener
Jun 03 Saturday
Come help build a new trail at Schultz Creek Trail Head! With the flooding from the Pipeline Fire, three storm water detention basins were needed to slow the flow of water and catch debris coming down Schultz Creek and into the Rio de Flag. This obliterated the old trail, and so we're building a new one to access the Forest Service trails. We'd love your help!
Park in the new parking are at the Schultz Creek "Y," and if that's full, overflow parking will be along Schultz Pass Rd and Mt. Elden Lookout Rd. Better yet, ride your bike, or take Mountain Line Bus Rt #5 to FALA, and walk the short distance to Schultz Pass Rd.
This is a joint effort of the City of Flagstaff Open Space and Storm Water sections, US Forest Service, Flagstaff Trails Initiative, and Flagstaff Biking Organization, and we hope you'll join us for good food, hard work, and fun times! We'll be there from 8am-noon, and it's okay if you can't stay the whole time.
Of course, you're encouraged to hike or ride your bike to USE the new trail to access the Forest Service trails!
Watershed Cleanup Series: First Saturday of the month (May-August) 9am-11am
Join us for the Sinclair Summer Sweep and help us clean up the Rio de Flag during the Watershed Clean-up Series this summer! Cleanups will be hosted on the first Saturday of the month from May through August. Help us remove invasive plant species, woody debris, and litter from the stream channel!
Contact Sanoma Boynton, at Sanoma.Boynton@flagstaffaz.gov for more information.
Jun 05 Monday
Jun 07 Wednesday
Join Flagstaff Open Space to learn about invasive weeds vs. native plants, and help us pull these weeds from beautiful Picture Canyon at 3920 N El Paso Flagstaff Rd in Flagstaff. Wear sturdy shoes, long pants, long-sleeved shirt, and a sunhat. Bring drinking water, work gloves, sunscreen, and a weed shovel--or we have extras!
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