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Warrior Stewardship Class 001

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Location

Four Peaks Wilderness, Arizona

Dates

October 17th - 20th, 2022

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We can't wait to introduce Class 001 to the beautiful Arizona National Scenic Trail. This stewardship program will focus on the Four Peaks Wilderness area, part of the Mazatzal Mountains, located 40 miles east of Phoenix, Arizona.

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Four Peaks Wilderness

Finding Purpose in the Four Peaks

CONNECTING TO THE LAND

Four Peaks Wilderness was established in 1984, and contains approximately 60,740 acres with a major mountain rising up in its center from the desert foothills. The Four Peaks themselves are visible for many miles, and are one of the most widely recognized landmarks in central Arizona. 

 

Elevations range from 1,900 feet near Apache Lake to 7,600 feet on Brown's Peak.

"The view from Brown’s summit is certainly one to remember. One can see about 1/4th of the state of Arizona from the top; in fact, Mt. Humphrey’s in the crevasse of Flagstaff can be seen on a clear day.


A magnitude of diverse wildlife live among the Four Peaks wilderness. It’s particularly well-known for its dense black bear population. Additionally, there have been recorded sightings of ring-tailed cats, skunks, coyotes, deer, javelinas, and mountain lions." - discovergilacounty.com

USFS Four Peaks Wilderness information

FIRST NATION WARRIORS

When we step into the wilderness, we walk amongst the history these lands have beared witness to. It is important for our warriors to know and reflect on the protectors of the land that have come before them. We recognize their bravery, their hardships, and their dedication to the fierce protection of their families, tribe, and way of life.

Every new land we touch, we want to honor the ancestral warriors of these wild places. The areas surrounding the Four Peaks Wilderness were once the homelands of the Tonto Apache and Yavapai. We will steward lands where First Nation warriors spent time learning how to hunt, survive, and fight in the Mazatzal Mountains.

Warrior Steward Scholarship

Each veteran and first responder participant's experience is no-cost to the individual. Two Wolf Foundation covers travel, food, and incidentals during the duration of our trips. Every seat is covered through our Warrior Steward Scholarship fund.

Please consider making a donation towards our five open scholarships that will help combat veterans and first responders connect to nature, serve in meaningful new ways, and explore posttraumatic growth.

Two Wolf Foundation [EIN: 88-0755870] is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt charitable nonprofit public benefit corporation. All contributions are tax deductible to the extent allowable by law. Please Note: If the value of your contribution is $250 or more, you must keep this receipt in order to substantiate your contribution and be eligible for an income tax deduction. * There may be other factors that could limit the amount that you may deduct for income tax purposes. Please consult with your tax advisor.

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