Posted by: Sandy Steinman | March 23, 2021

Happening tonight!

Tuesday, March 23rd
6:30 pm – 8:00 pm PST via Zoom

Look behind the scenes at the work to erase vehicle trespass on the delicate dry lake beds of Death Valley National Park.

Join Friends of the Inyo Stewardship Director Alex Ertaud, Trail Ambassador Lindsay Butcher, and OHV Restoration Lead Matthew Ferlicchi, as they share with us their experience working in Death Valley National Park effacing vehicle trespass on the delicate desert playas. Because of the unique geography and climate of Death Valley, tire tracks left by travelers who decided to drive off the designated road scar the landscape. In partnership with the National Park Service, our Trail Ambassadors work to remove these scars to restore the beautiful landscapes as well as prevent others from following those tracks and further damaging the lake bed. This work is one of a kind experience. Learn about the techniques, triumphs, and challenges of working in remote Death Valley National Park.


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