Coyote Buttes North Safety Patrol
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The purpose of volunteer patrols in Coyote Buttes North is to monitor visitor safety, prevent emergencies by contacting groups at the trailhead and in the field, and notify the BLM if an emergency does occur. We do not expect volunteers to act as tour guides, law enforcement, or emergency response. The goal is to have a daily presence in Coyote Buttes North Permit Area and to be available to visitors in the field for safety reasons. Volunteer Patrols begin and end in the Wire Pass Trailhead Parking Lot.
Minimum number of patrols per year is 6 with 3 of these being during the hotter summer months, (mid-June through mid-September). Volunteers may work alone or with 1 fellow volunteer.
Start Date - 2021-12-09
End Date - 2022-09-30
Activities include: Back Country/Wilderness
About U.S. Department of the Interior Bureau of Land Management
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The Bureau of Land Management's mission is to sustain the health, diversity, and productivity of public lands for the use and enjoyment of present and future generations.
The BLM manages 245 million acres of public lands and 700 million acres of mineral estate. These public lands and subsurface acres are integral to the lives and livelihoods of communities and families across the country. We promote multiple-use on public lands to maximize opportunities for commercial, recreational, and conservation activities. This promotes healthy and productive public lands that create jobs in local communities while supporting traditional land uses such as responsible energy development, timber harvesting, grazing, and recreation, including hunting and fishing.
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