Colorado Public Lands Day
May 18, 2019
Help us clean-up!
Where: Cherry Creek Lower Parking Aream From Cortez, located 3.5 miles past the Target Tree Campground turn-off on the left. From Durango, located about 5.3 miles past Hesperus, turn-off on the right. Look for flagging. High clearance vehicle recommended to access the parking area.
Time: 9 am – 1 pm
In Partnership With: San Juan National Forest
Bring: Gloves, water and snacks
Wear: Long pants and sturdy shoes
SJMA to Provide: Tools, trash bags, light lunch
Children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult
No pets please
In 2016 Colorado legislature passed Senate Bill 21, which marks the third Saturday in May as Public Lands Day here in Colorado. The bill, the first of its kind in the nation, will help Coloradans and others from around the nation and the world celebrate and give credit to the key factor that makes Colorado so great – public lands!
What a beautiful concept that we who hold these lands dear will simply give thanks for having these magnificent lands to behold, enjoy, and protect for now and forever so that many generations from now, others will be able to enjoy these same treasures.
For more information or to register contact, email@example.com or call at 970-385-1310