The Coyote Hole Cleanup will mix land restoration and scenic hiking into one wonderful event that will bring together diverse communities of the California Desert. The morning will be spent exploring the famous and historic Coyote Hole near Joshua Tree, while cleaning the site of trash and graffiti. The event will also feature interpretation from the Native American Land Conservancy on the culture and traditions of the Native American peoples who inhabited the area. This will be an incredible opportunity for building greater awareness about the importance of special places like this in the California Desert.

Co-hosted by the Mojave Desert Land Trust  this event will also kick off Latino Conservation Week 2016 in the California Desert, bringing together volunteers from the Latino community along with activists from the Morongo Basin, and Native American tribal leaders. The morning will feature remarks by local officials, as well.

Coyote Hole is known for both its beauty and its historic and cultural value. Cleaning up the area will ensure its beauty and wonder is preserved!