Date & Time:Saturday 09/24/2022
9:00 am-1:00 pm
Organizer:Southern Nevada Conservancy
Meeting location confirmed when registered
Sign up to be a part of our huge National Public Lands Day event on Saturday, September 24! Join hundreds of fellow volunteers helping to clean up the Spring Mountains and celebrate the 5th annual- and much needed -Green the Mountain litter awareness program.
Over a million visitors rely on the Spring Mountains to escape the heat and noise of the Las Vegas valley each year. After 15 years of collecting over 50 TONS of litter in the Spring Mountains, the Go Mt Charleston Team has been working to find ways to manage the litter issue and help visitors dispose of their trash properly. Thanks to our fantastic sponsors, spearheaded by Heineken USA, many community businesses have made it possible for us to continue our programs throughout the pandemic, including co-hosting this huge litter pick-up at our busiest areas.
Volunteers will be assigned to a location for a morning of litter collection then treated to a goody bag full of swag at Lee Canyon’s new Bristlecone Room & Sky Deck, including tickets for a scenic chair ride and refreshments from our sponsors for a post-cleanup celebration! Each adult volunteer must register below to participate. Parents, you will be RSVP’ing for yourself and anyone younger than 18 years. If you plan to attend with friends, scout troop, church, etc please pick a group name and make sure each of you add it to your registration. Detailed information for registered volunteers, including meeting location for your group, will be sent the week prior to the event (week of Sep 20) to the email provided at registration. Groups over 10 adults and corporate/community groups should contact email@example.com to register. Registration closes 4pm Monday, September 19, and volunteers will receive their assignment and instructions Wednesday afternoon.
If you or your company would like to support the costs of this important event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Also, check with your supervisor or HR Department to see if your employee benefits package includes community service compensation.