Jennie Lakes Wilderness Outreach and Education
- Sat07/24/202712:00 AM
July 24, 2027
Join us on July 24-26th and August 21-23rd, of 2015 on the Hume Lake Ranger District Sequoia National Forest for a weekend of outreach and wilderness presentations at Jennie Lake. One of the most popular destinations within the Jennie Lakes Wilderness boundary, Jennie Lake is a beautiful high Sierra lake set at 9,000 feet in the northern section of Sequoia National Forest. It is a high-use area where we will reach out to wilderness users to discuss nature ethics and receive their ideas and input.
Be a part of the solution! Join our Team!
We are recruiting 4-6 volunteers with backpacking experience to come up to Jeannie Lakes Wilderness, camp out, survey campsite areas, PLUS learn and teach the Leave No Trace (LNT) wilderness ethic principles. Some camping gear and carpool is available.
Contact WildPlaces at firstname.lastname@example.org and 559.539.5263 for more information. RSVP by July 20th. Phone interview and completed medical history form are necessary. Location map Jennie Lakes Wilderness map and pasted below.
WildPlaces is a project of SEE and is funded in part by the Foundation for Youth Investment, United Way of Tulare County, the Fund for Rural Equity, and the Rose Foundation.
Venue and address
WildPlaces, 466 E Putnam Ave, 93257 Porterville