In celebration of National Public Lands Day, a group of volunteers spent Saturday morning cleaning up Mother Nature.
The group headed out to the 27 ¼ Road Shooting Range to help pick up trash and make improvements to the range.
The crew worked for hours to clean up, replace targets, and make repairs.
Bureau of Land Management officials say it's the hard work of volunteers that helps them to maintain and keep facilities like the shooting range open to the public.
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