BLM’s Kingman Field Office along with volunteers from the Arizona Wilderness Coalition (AWC), and the Kingman chapter of the Back Country Horsemen (BCH) removed graffiti from the Mt. Nutt Wilderness near Kingman. The crew packed in 65 gallons of water on horseback to assist with the cleanup. Dedicated volunteers (human and equestrian) walked in to the remote location, toting paint brushes, rollers, bladder bags/pumps and scrub brushes. 240 square feet of graffiti was removed from a rock wall inside a shelter near the escarpment of the Black Mountains. In total, staff and volunteers spent 42 hours returning the rock shelter to its natural state. Thanks to the AWC and BCH for their hard work and restoring the wilderness area’s beauty. BLM truly appreciates our volunteers! BLM photos.