Come join us April 10 and April 24.
9:00 AM – 12:00 Noon
Instruction for beginners at 9:30 AM
Check your email for location and last minute information.
Don’t forget you need a Tonto parking pass. Tonto National Forest Pass or National Park Pass is required to visit the Salt River.
What to bring: rod, waders, flies, (green weenies, small black zebra midges, pheasant tails, green/black/yellow woolly worms and woolly buggers) face covering, water, sunscreen, head and eye protection, valid fishing license, Tonto Pass.
We will supply coffee, donuts and trash grabbers.
Questions: Don Mickus: (602) 920-2350
October 27, 2021
The Arizona Game and Fish Department’s Native Trout and Chub program will be stocking 250 Gila Trout in Frye Creek, and 500 Gila Trout into lower Marijilda Creek on Mount Graham on Oct. 27. The stocking of Lower Marijilda Creek will be the most physically demanding, requiring a ~4 mi hike one way to get to the stream, while carrying a 5 gallon bucket ½ full of water and fish (~40 lbs) up Mount Graham. The stocking of Frye Creek will be significantly easier, requiring a ~2 mile hike one way to get to the section of stream that will be stocked while carrying the same amount of weight. Both Streams will require a vehicle with high clearance and four wheel drive to reach the trailheads. We are looking for folks to help us complete both of these stockings. If you would like to help out with one of these stockings please email Zach Beard at email@example.com by October 15th with which stocking you would like to help with. Spots will be filled on a first come, first serve basis and space is limited. You will be required to follow all Department and CDC protocols related to COVID.
If you have any questions please contact Zach Beard at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Meets by phone every second Monday of the month
6:00 – 7:00 PM
To join in, contact Neil Warner at: email@example.com
Every second Tuesday of the month
7:00 – 8:00 PM
Discuss current initiatives and activities to best preserve, protect and restore the cold water fisheries and their watersheds in Arizona.
Contact Tom Osterday at: firstname.lastname@example.org for the call in conference line and access code
Book – TBD
Need more info? Contact Marcia Lescault: LescaultMarcia@yahoo.com
Next conversation: Thursday, November 18, 6 PM
Join us whether you’ve read the book or not!
Call In: 712-432-0220 (Access code: 4632017)
Our mission is to remove trash, graffiti, & anything foreign to the environment from outdoor recreation & wilderness areas across Arizona while enriching the lives of Military Veterans & other community members. We accomplish our mission by hosting volunteer cleanup events throughout the year for community members, including youth volunteers, and we manage & support a Dedicated Restoration Team with contracted Military Veterans who conduct restorations beyond the reach of most volunteers.
We have removed more than half a million pounds (over 314 tons) of trash from outdoor recreation and wilderness areas across Arizona & over 7,720 square feet of graffiti removed from rocks and boulders.
OUR VISION IS TO KEEP NATURAL AREAS CLEAN AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC FOR EVERYONE TO ENJOY. WE HAVE REMOVED MORE THAN HALF A MILLION POUNDS OF TRASH FROM NATURAL AREAS!
We’ve gone virtual!!!!
Please join us for our monthly board teleconferences the
first Thursday of each month
7:00 – 8:45 PM
Minutes from previous board meetings: