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Table Mesa Cleanup - Sunday (3/1/15)

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Didn't show up till like 130 unfortunately. But I seen ted and another red xterra leaving


--- Quote from: FirstXRS on March 01, 2015, 04:23:33 PM ---Well, that was a lot of fun! It was cool to see so many different clubs and organizations out there cleanin'!

Thanks for dragging me along, Ted! It was nice meeting you.
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It was great to meet you too!  I agree, it was cool to see all the other clubs and how enthusiastic they were about keeping our trails clean and open.

--- Quote from: Azfronty99 on March 01, 2015, 05:53:23 PM ---Didn't show up till like 130 unfortunately. But I seen ted and another red xterra leaving

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Bummer I missed you, Jeff.  My windows were pretty dirty by the end of the cleanup (the Titan Swap can really let the mud fly).

Here is an excerpt from a TreadLightly! email that was sent out today about the Table Mesa Cleanup:

PHOENIX, Arizona - March 4, 2015 - On March 1, nearly 250 volunteers braved the rain to help pick up more than 10 tons of trash detracting from the beauty of the popular Table Mesa Recreation Area north of Phoenix. The cleanup project is part of a larger effort to ensure continued access to public lands in Arizona by promoting outdoor ethics. The initiative - Respected Access is Open Access in Arizona - is supported by a coalition of partners including the Bureau of Land Management, Arizona Game and Fish Department, US Forest Service and Tread Lightly!, a national nonprofit organization that promotes responsible outdoor recreation through ethics education and stewardship programs.

"We had an outstanding turnout, especially considering the rain," said Tom Bickauskas, Natural Resource Specialist with the Bureau of Land Management. "It's a tremendous showing of support for our public lands. Stewardship is everyone's job. When people can contribute in this fashion it will keep public lands open to as many uses as possible."

And here is a link to a short, but cool video about the cleanup:


Hammer (Avi):
Great job, glad a couple where able to represent AZXC.  This work is very important and allows us all to keep camping and wheeling. 


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