Come take part in the coast-to-coast National Public Lands Day at Lake Mead National Recreation Area by participating in a litter cleanup! We will be focusing on an area that has been heavily used over the summer months by Lake Mead visitors. National Public Lands Day is the nation's largest hands-on volunteer effort to improve and enhance the public lands Americans enjoy. Each year over 150,000 volunteers build trails and bridges, remove trash and invasive plants, plant trees and restore our water resources. Individuals, families, and groups are encouraged to participate! For more information, contact Bryan Goodwin at 702-293-8717 or Bryan_Goodwin@partner.nps.gov. Volunteers will receive a code word for free park entrance on the day of the event. Register through Get Outdoors Nevada.
Audience: Families welcome. Anyone under 18 must be accompanied by an adult
Location: Lake Mead National Recreation Area
Agency: National Park Service
Volunteer Work Type: Cleanup