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Redington Pass Cleanup 2016 on May 7th
FRP and our friends at TreadLighty! are hosting a cleanup day in Redington Pass on Saturday May 7, 2016 starting at 9AM. We hope you can join us in helping preserve the beauty of Redington Pass for all users. Registration starts at 8AM. Please park in the first parking lot (if possible) and walk up to the information kiosk to register. Please bring work gloves, hat, sunscreen, trash pinchers, and wear long pants and sturdy shoes or boots. 4WD vehicles are useful. SIGNUP HERE

Coronado National Forest's Closure Order / Shooting Map for Redington Pass
The Temporary Area Closure has been extended until September 30, 2016. The updated closure order and shooting map can be found here on the Alerts & Notices page of the Coronado National Forset Service website.

December 12th Collaborative Cleanup A Success
On Saturday, Dec 12, 2015 we held a cleanup sponsored by Friends of Redington Pass and Tread Lightly!. We had a great turnout of 50 volunteers despite the poor weather conditions. Our volunteers represented various recreational groups including AZFJ, BSA, FRP, SAHC, and TRS plus our key agency partners from USFS - Santa Catalina Ranger District, and the AZ Game & Fish Dept.

Kirk Emerson (FRP) kicked off the event, Mindi Lehew (USFS) led the safety briefing and Ken Hester (FRP, TL!, & AZFJ) explained the cleanup plan, divided the volunteers into groups and assigned them cleanup areas. The AZGFD team supplied a dumpster on wheels and we helped them replace their vandalized Information Kiosk sign. Ty Wildman and his team from Barnett Towing did a great job removing a burned out minivan from an OHV trail and they will return when the weather is better to remove the remaining two wrecks in the Pass. As we were finishing up, a hail & freezing rain storm had us all scrambling for cover. We had a quick raffle and departed knowing we made Redington Pass nicer for all users despite the uncooperative weather. A BIG THANK YOU to all the volunteers, sponsors and donors, and agency partners who helped out!

For more on the December 12th cleanup event, visit our Facebook page and "Like" us!

Collaborative Area Management Plan

UPDATE: The Collaborative Area Management Plan (CAMP) process for Redington Pass is continuing this fall. Four working groups are on track to make recommendations on Recreational Target Shooting, Recreational Access, Highly used Areas, and Conflicts among Users. The Integration Group will be reviewing the working groups' draft recommendations in the new year and hopes to present a set of recommendations at a community meeting mid-winter.

Click here for more information on CAMP and links to related documents.


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