We will be cleaning up the gravel pit on Mary’s Peak Road at the Rock Quarry at Mile Post Four where a lot of target shooting takes place and needs our stewardship attention.
Win some awesome prizes in our free raffle! We encourage you to support our vendors who graciously donated to furthering our cause for responsible recreational shooting.
Silent Auction: We’ll have a couple special items available for bidding in our silent auction! Help support Trash No Land in our endeavors to save and improve recreational shooting on public lands!
Mel’s Barber Shop, Cabela’s, Peak Sports, Sportsman’s Warehouse, Begg’s Tire and Wheel, ProPrint, Leupold Optics.
We meet at 9 AM, Safety briefing at 9:15, Lunch & prizes at 12 noon. You may stay and play with a group shoot after the event, if shooting is allowed on that date.
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GPS: 44°28’47.2″N 123°32’21.2″W
Potluck Lunch: Bring something to share! The BLM is providing the hot dogs, buns & condiments, but we’ll need something to go with it. Salads, drinks and snacks! Thank you!!!
This event is open to the Public, Family, Kids 12 & over and your Friends. All are welcome!
The USFS will provide the trash bags and BLM with disposal! (Thank you!)
You’ll need to bring Gloves, Boots, Rake, Picker, Magnet, and what you feel helps get it done. If you can, we could use a couple Wheelbarrows or Wagons, Pick-up trucks & trailers that are OK to haul garbage.
Firearm Policy: Handling or use of a firearm during event hours is not allowed at our events and is not an official part of our events. You may recreate as you wish after the event concludes.
This event is sponsored by:
The Benton County Sheriff’s Office, BLM, USFS and Trash No Land
GREAT WORK MARYS PEAK CLEANUP CREW!!! National Public Lands Day 2018 was celebrated on Sunday, Sept 23rd, by a fantastic group of over 50 men, women and children in Benton County at Marys Peak. And they are AWESOME!
Stewardship Keeps It Open!