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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.

Arnett Creek
Saturday, June 17

Join AWC, Friends of the Tonto National Forest, and other partners as we finalize our work project in Arnett Creek through the installation of an interpretative panel. Activities will include attaching the sign to an existing post, light brushing in the area, and project discussions led by AWC staff. For more information and to sign up please visit our events page on Facebook.

Rucker Canyon Frog Habitat
Saturday, July 22-23

Help improve habitat for the Chiricahua Leopard Frog in Rucker Canyon, on Coronado National Forest lands in the Chiricahua Mountains. We will spend the day hand pulling cattail from a couple of wetlands where the frogs have been found. 
Click here for additional information and to sign up.

Katchina Peaks
Saturday, August 5

If you are looking to escape the summer heat, join us for a day of trail brushing high up in the Kachina Peaks Wilderness. 
Click here for more information and to sign up!

Wilderness opportunties on the Prescott National Forest
This Summer

If you live in and around the Prescott area and you’re looking to participate in assorted wilderness projects while enjoying spectacular places close to home, contact Jason Williams with the Prescott National Forest for more information about what's happening this summer and how you can get involved.

Explore more Wilderness

Are you looking for a unique destination or do you want to discover a new favorite place? Peruse our Wilderness Checklist to find one of Arizona's ninety designated wilderness areas that might just be calling you.

Stay up to date on the latest Wild Stew trips at our page!


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