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Volunteers needed for Big Rocks cleanup in central Utah

Published September 7, 2012 11:50 am

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The Bureau of Land Management is asking for volunteers to help clean Big Rocks Special Recreation Management Area in Wayne County.

On Friday from 2 to 6:30 p.m. — National Public Lands Day — volunteers will help clean up materials from unauthorized dumping and target shooting, a BLM news release said.

The Richfield Field Office and the Wasatch Trails Association are hosting the cleanup with the support of Wayne County.

Big Rocks is about 5 miles east of Loa and is a unique area of basalt boulders and geological formations.

For more information, contact Noelle Glines-Bovio at 435-896-1520.

The Salt Lake Tribune




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