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Join us to discover Arizona's wilderness areas and to celebrate your wild place!

Please RSVP only when you are ready to secure a spot on a Wild Stew trip, as we are limited to 12-15 people in wilderness areas. You will be prompted to create a Meetup account or signin to Meetup (also via Facebook). Meetup is free and does not sell or rent your information to third parties.

Red Rock Secret Mountain Wilderness, Coconino National Forest
Saturday, January 21st and Sunday, January 22nd

Banish cabin fever by getting out with us in the beautiful Red Rock-Secret Mountain Wilderness. We are helping to restore watershed resources by clearing out heavy debris in drainages that support Oak Creek and eventually, the Verde River. We need at least a dozen volunteers each day. RSVP here.

South Mountain Park, Phoenix
Saturday, January 21st, 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM

It’s a great time of year for a Trail Beautification project in South Mountain Park! Join us in a day of work and fun along the National Trail. This project promises miles and miles of beautiful scenery. RSVP here.

Chiricahua Mountains, Coronado National Forest
February 9-12

Calling all Veterans, active military, and families, for a long weekend of stewardship and relaxation in beautiful Rucker Canyon. We will be maintaining trails during the day and conversing around the campfires at night. Enjoy fantastic Dutch oven dinners prepared by AWC's very talented back country chef! We’d love to have you join us for a special weekend, including rustic cabin lodging to keep the cold at bay. RSVP here.

Superstition Wilderness, Tonto National Forest
February 18-19

Join us over Presidents Day weekend as we perform much needed maintenance along a section of the Arizona National Scenic Trail, the Two-Bar Ridge trail in the Superstition Wilderness. Volunteers will be cutting back over-grown cactus and clearing water drains on the Two-Bar Ridge trail. RSVP here. 

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