Zeedyk Volunteer Day
POSTPONED UNTIL SPRING
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Want to help prevent erosion and heal local lands? Join SCLT for a Zeedyk Volunteer Day where you can help build low-tech, cutting-edge structures that can help prevent erosion and let water soak into the soil so more vegetation grows, supporting livestock and local wildlife. Zeedyks have a proven history of success across the Mountain West. SCLT is working with local ranch families to install these helpful structures.
When: Saturday, October 21 from 9 am to 3 pm
Where: Take Exit 9 off I-90 (Ranchester exit). We will meet at the dirt road on the North side of the exit. See map. We will carpool to the work site.
What you will do: You will help build Zeedyk structures. This includes moving and building with rocks using hand tools such as shovels and picks.
What you should bring: Please wear close-toed shoes. Bring water and wear layers appropriate for weather conditions.
What SCLT will provide: Hand tools, gloves, snacks, beverages. We will grill burgers for lunch.
SCLT thanks the Masters family for choosing to install these Zeedyk structures and donating burgers for lunch.