Join WildPlaces and the Army Corp of Engineers at the Success Lake's Tule Recreation Area on September 30th for National Public Lands Day to celebrate the beauty and rarity of our public lands and the public service that goes into keeping it great. Registration is anytime between 8 a.m. and 2 p.m. ; however, 8 a.m. arrival is recommended so that volunteers can be assigned an area.
Register at the WildPlaces booth located near the Marina and sign up for a "Sequoia Monument Forever" Houseboat Tour.
Houseboat Tours includea fabulous grilled vegetarian and beef lunch, live music from the Mount Washington-based musician Charles Brunk, unique ecological site visits around the lake, trash removal, water safety presentation, a raffle-wrestling competitionto win a spot on the free Sequoia Monument Tour in November, and an on-board water slide.
Come celebrate and show support for YOUR public lands AND protest through stewardship action the current uninformed efforts to slash protection and reduce the size of the Giant Sequoia National Monument for logging corporations to steal trees that belong to us...and the entire worlds. See more at Save the Sequoias.
Other then that serious topic, the day will be light-hearted and fun. For questions , reach us at 559.539.5263