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BLM cancels “Lovelock Cave Days”

by Nevada State News
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WINNEMUCCA – The 2020 Lovelock Cave Days event, originally scheduled for May 19-21 has been canceled by the Bureau of Land Management. This is the first time the event has been canceled since it began in 2006.

Nearly 25 presenters from BLM and partner agencies take part in the educational event, which draws approximately 300 fourth grade students from Humboldt and Pershing County schools. Lovelock Cave Days gives students the opportunity to learn about cultural and natural resources in the vicinity of Lovelock Cave and at the Marzen House Museum in Lovelock.

“We would like to thank our partners Marzen House Museum, Pershing County, Nevada Outdoor School, AmeriCorps, Coeur Rochester, Nevada Department of Wildlife, the Churchill County Museum, the Cowboy Arts and Gear Museum, and the California Trail Interpretive Center for their coordination and assistance in making this decision,” said Winnemucca District Manager Ester McCullough.

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