Welcome

The Friends of Saddle Mountain include approximately 50 volunteers that have assisted BLM in natural and cultural resource inventories and monitoring in the Saddle Mountain region covering nearly 48,000 acres. We have identified and continue to monitor hundreds of archaeological sites and resources in the area.

The Friends of Saddle Mountain established a 501(c)3 organization to directly benefit the resources of Saddle Mountain and BLM’s mission. For more information on how to help FoSM, please click here.


  • Saddle Mountain

    Saddle Mountain is a volcanic upthrust that contains unique archaeological sites, wildlife habitat, and dramatic scenery.

  • Join Us!

    Join the more than 50 volunteers who assist the BLM in the Saddle Mountain region covering nearly 48,000 acres. Join Now

  • Donate Now

    Help to Protect and Preserve this treasure of the desert! Any contribution would be greatly appreciated. Donate Now

  • News & Announcements

    • January 13, 2020
      Mountain Side Clean up
          If asked to describe Saddle Mountain the first thing that comes to mind is a unique mountain to the southwest of Tonopah with ...  Read more >
    • October 26, 2019
      October Cleanup
      Beautiful sunny day for a roadside clean up made quick with a little help from our FriendsLeft to Right  Peggy Sites, Paul Roetto, Judy Sha...  Read more >