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Arizona Elk Society Wildlife Habitat Work Project.

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Arizona Elk Society Wildlife Habitat Work Project.


Slate Lakes Grassland Restoration Project


May 14-15, 2011


22 miles northwest of Flagstaff on HWY 180. Game & Fish Units 7E/&W


Join us for a weekend of wildlife habitat improvement in the cool pines of northern AZ. This year the AES, AZGFD and USFS will be working on restoration of grassland meadows. Though the years the grasslands have been invaded by small jack pine and juniper trees and bushes. We will be handcutting these small trees and scattering them to restore grasslands. Many different types of wildlife will benefit from this project including Elk, Deer, Antelope and grassland birds. The areas we will be restoring are important migration corridors for elk and antelope.

The Arizona Elk Society will be providing meals and refreshments for the weekend. Meals will be Friday dinner, Saturday breakfast, lunch and dinner, Sunday breakfast and lunch.


Please RSVP to Tom Schorr at tomschorr@arizonaelksociety.org or sign up on our Get Involved Tab on our website at www.arizonaelksociety.org.

Please check out this project and others on our website.


Tom Schorr - tomschorr@arizonaelksociety.org


Steve Clark - 602-885-0835 stevec@arizonaelksociety.org

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