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Contact: Jason Verhaeghe, 907-983-9243
Skagway – Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park will join thousands of public land sites nationwide in celebrating the 23rd annual National Public Lands Day. On September 23 the park is hosting a clean-up and invasive weed pull at the historic Slide Cemetery and the Dyea Campground.
The event will be held 0:00 am to 12 pm. Transportation is being provided by Smart Bus. Dress warmly in clothes that can get dirty and meet in front of Alaska Geographic on Broadway across from the National Park Service Visitor Center.
Volunteers will earn a free one-day pass, good at nearly all national public lands.
Keep our parks clean and help us promote the enjoyment and volunteer conservation of public lands in the nation's largest, single-day volunteer effort for public lands.