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Border Wall Investigative Trip

March 29, 2021 – March 31, 2021

Participants and Hours

Pre Planning hours 10
Post Admin hours 2
Activity Hours 48
Participants 6
Total Hours 300

Key Issue: Public Lands Health & Protection
Activity Type: Stewardship (monitoring, sampling, planting, etc.)
Key Partners: Myles Traphagen,Wildlands Network, Great Old Broads Florence,Phoenix,Prescott, Tucson and Flaggstaff
Landscape/area: Coronado National Forest (AZ) (1718945 acres)

Measurable Outcomes

Outcome 1: Trail/land monitored

Short Description of Activity

Hiked and drove Boarderwall road for approximately 50 miles over course of two days.
Listed several violations and hazards. Photos, videos and drone footage taken. Geolocation noted of each violation which included Flood Gates welded shut, Steel Bollards Stacked on sides of roadway, Construction materials and hazardous waste abandoned and left at construction sites, hazardous open pits and trenches left uncovered, and illegal road widths.

Reflection/Evaluation

The activity was very productive and all hands were needed. Many observations made. The Goal of Investigating potential Violations was met. The Objective of Geolocating each violation was met. A debriefing meeting was held after the activity, narratives were added to the data points and the data, photos and videos were then distributed to the partner organization..The Wildlands Network, and shared with Sally,our Grassroots Organizer in Great Old Broads.

Photos/Uploads

Photo Captions

Photo Album of the Activity was sent to Sally separately. This IPad does not allow me to upload from Google Photos.

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