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Fall 2016 Cleanup Event in Redington Pass
Friends of Redington Pass and our friends at TreadLightly! are hosting a cleanup day in Redington Pass on Saturday, November 19, 2016.

Details and Signup We hope you can join us in helping preserve the beauty of Redington Pass for all users. Every Volunteer Counts!


Collaborative Area Management Plan

After two years of work that began in 2014, the Friends of Redington Pass has completed the Collaborative Area Management Plan (CAMP) recommendations and submitted them to the Santa Catalina Ranger’s District of the Coronado National Forest (CNF) for review and consideration. Click here for the CAMP Spring 2016 UPDATE, links to the full Report and accompanying map.


An Awesome Turnout
Our May 7, 2016 Spring Cleanup in Redington Pass was a great success! Forty plus volunteers showed up to invest a small amount of time to help preserve the natural beauty of Redington Pass. 1,400 pounds of litter and trigger trash were collected during our three hours of work!

Stewardship of our public lands is everyone's responsibility. Thanks to all the volunteers that did their part including AZFJ, FRP, TRS, and our agency partners USFS & AZGFD! Also a big thank you to all our patrons who donated food, water, or raffle prizes, including Tread Lightly!, 4 Wheel Parts, Summit Hut, REI Tucson, RideNow Powersports, Safeway, and Whole Foods.

For more on the May 7th cleanup event, visit our Facebook page and "Like" us!

To keep abreast of developments, please join our email list. Better yet, become a Friend by joining FRP as a member.


Coronado National Forest's Closure Order / Shooting Map for Redington Pass
The Temporary Area Closure has been extended until September 30, 2016. The updated closure order and shooting map can be found here on the Alerts & Notices page of the Coronado National Forset Service website.



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