I signed up fortheir email list and got the reply below. So they are expecting "ambassadors". Might be good to particpipate in their monitoring. Monitor or be monitored.......
Don't miss the opportunity to meet up with Friends of Redington Pass, representatives from the Coronado National Forest and AZ Game and Fish Department, OHV Ambassadors
, and other recreational users of the Pass.
When: Saturday, April 6th, 8:00am - 4:00pm & Sunday, April 7th, 8:00am - 12:00pm
Where: Up Redington Road in the Coronado National Forest, a half mile east of the Lower Tanque Verde Falls Trail Head.
• Learn more about what is happening in the Pass
• Tell us about your favorite place in the Pass
• Join a morning bird walk
• Fill up your water bottle
• Sign up to help improve Redington Pass for everyone's recreational enjoyment
We look forward to seeing you there!
Pass it on,
FRP is committed to assist the Forest Service in developing an Area Management Plan for the Redington Pass area. A primary step in developing this plan is to understand who is using the area and how it is being utilized. In order to compile this information, the Forest Service has asked FRP to monitor the activity in the Pass on a regular basis. The information will be acquired by observation only, noting conditions and the number of vehicles and people present at different stops along the Pass, in a format provided by the Forest Service. FRP is seeking volunteers to help with this monitoring during the weekends of April and May. Depending upon the number of volunteers, it will only require a commitment of one or two trips a month. A trip should take about two hours to complete, driving up to the Arizona Trail (approximately 11 miles each way) and back while staying on Redington Road. If you are interested, please contact Herb Trossman.
right in the middle of the fucking road with complete disregard for anyone else.
I suppose thats better than parking on the desert....