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As we head into summertime make sure to be prepared. Although we say it’s a “dry heat” the desert can be a brutal place. Here’s a couple of tips to kick things off…
1. Hydrate! Our bodies need water to function properly so make sure to bring plenty of fluids. Our bodies perspire when they get hot and the desert dries us out so quickly that we never actually experience feeling sweaty. So even though you may not think you’re getting dehydrated, go ahead and drink some extra water anyway! You’ll be saving yourself from a real headache later, literally.
2. Sun Protection! Exposure to the sun can become very dangerous in the desert. Especially the Mojave, North America’s driest desert. It’s best to wear light protective layers to avoid direct sun contact. Yes, that can mean pants and long sleeves even in temperatures over 100 degrees. Light sun layers protect you from harmful UV rays and keep your perspiration close to your skin to help keep you cool. If you just have to let the skin out, make sure to apply sunscreen everywhere! We get it, the warm sun feels good on your skin, but lather up that sunscreen and limit your length of exposure.
Stay cool out there friends! #safetyfirst #desertheat #water #redrock #hydrate #redrockcanyon #summertime #sunscreen #saveredrock #beprepared ... See MoreSee Less
This sudden cool weather is reminding us of other chilly moments in Red Rock! ❄️
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TIME SENSITIVE ⏰ Red Rock Legacy Trail comment period ends May 9th - https://mailchi.mp/saveredrock/legacy_trail_comment
Here's another one! Control Technology, Inc. proposes to take an estimated 3 trillion gallons of water from the Cougar reservoir for a hydro-pumped storage project near Blue Diamond, NV (yes, in the DESERT aka: limited water). Deadline for comment is April 29th!
There are a LOT of deadlines coming up! One of them is the SR 160 and SR 159 corridor study. Our goal is to provide public comments that will add to the safety of these roadways. Please join in!
Here's a chance for you to talk to federal officials about the trail everyone is talking about here in Red Rock and Las Vegas. It's the Red Rock Legacy Trail. At 6PM tonight, get yr 2 cents worth in about the proposed Trail! Link to register for meeting and public comment in bio.