Trout Unlimited Zane Grey and Grand Canyon Chapters Public Cleanup Event
Wednesday, August 9th, 9:00am-noon Sign Up Here
We invite you to join Trout Unlimited, Zane Grey and Grand Canyon Chapters, along with the Oak Creek Watershed Council for a deep clean of our beloved canyon. We will meet at 9:00am, on Wenesday, August 9th, at Indian Gardens Market, along HWY 89A, in Oak Creek Canyon. There will be a short presentation, before teaming up to clean day use areas along Oak Creek. Around 11:45pm, we will all meet back at Indian Gardens to gather supplies, separate trash from recycling, report weights and thank volunteers.
We ask that volunteers bring comfortable shoes and some water as we will be hiking along the creek in some areas. The OCWC will provide buckets, trash pickers, gloves, reflective vests, and trash bags. Afterwards, we encourage you to enjoy a “creeky clean” spot or grab a delicious sandwich and catch up with new and old Friends of Oak Creek!
Thank you for your continued support!
If you have any questions regarding cleanups please feel free to contact Cordel Adler, Email: email@example.com
Sunnyslope Community Center,
802 E Vogel Ave,
Phoenix, AZ 85020 ()
Jim Walker Zane Grey Trout Unlimited Chapter President and Desert Fly Casters member will share his insights on the numerous TU activities in Arizona’s.
Improving and protecting water and fisheries does not just happen without lots of attention and work. Often many individuals and organizations collaborate to make the impossible possible. Here in Arizona many people are members of both Arizona Flycasters and Trout Unlimited.
Jim Walker and John Doss, members of the AFC and the Zane Grey TU chapter, will give examples of the numerous and varied collaborations with Trout Unlimited programs that have occurred and are being planned throughout Arizona.
Jim Walker has been a member of Arizona Flycasters for over ten years and has been a member of Trout Unlimited in various states for over 27 years. He has been a member of the Zane Grey TU Chapter here in Phoenix for over twelve years and currently serves as the President, on the Arizona Trout Unlimited Council and on the national Trout Unlimited Board of Trustees.
Jim will give an update on some of the projects he discussed in his 2014 presentation and introduce many of the new projects that are underway or planned throughout Arizona.