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2014 Projects
Project Name Day(s) Date(s)
High Park Post-Fire Restoration I Saturday Apr 05, 2014

High Park Post-Fire Restoration II Saturday Apr 26, 2014

High Park Post-Fire Restoration III Saturday May 03, 2014


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High Park Post-Fire Restoration I
COMPLETED
Intermediate    ●    Full Day    ●    Miniumum Age: 16 accompained by adult (more info)

Date(s):
SaturdayApr 05, 2014 - Number of Volunteers: 25

The High Park Fire ravaged over 85,000 acres of Northern Colorado lands, leaving hundreds of residents displaced and over 41,000 acres of land burned at a moderate to high severity! As a result, the Cache La Poudre River has been running black after heavy rains this summer, and landslides and flooding have been closing roads and threatening homes. WRV and our partners of the Coalition for the Poudre River Watershed have spent months coordinating with agency partners, community organizations and hundreds of affected individuals to lay the ground for short- and long-term restoration actions.

The most immediate goals of our fall post-fire restoration projects is to protect roads, reservoirs, rivers, homes and communities from the threat of further landslides and flooding expected in the coming winter and spring months.

Whether you live downstream of the fire or in the actual burn area, please lend a hand and help restore some of the highest priority restoration sites within the High Park Fire area. The highest priority restoration work is estimated to take at least 3 years, and a great amount of community involvement. And it will not be possible without your support.

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High Park Post-Fire Restoration II
SCHEDULED
Intermediate    ●    Full Day    ●    Miniumum Age: 16 accompained by adult (more info)

Date(s):
SaturdayApr 26, 2014 - Number of Volunteers: 25

The High Park Fire ravaged over 85,000 acres of Northern Colorado lands, leaving hundreds of residents displaced and over 41,000 acres of land burned at a moderate to high severity! As a result, the Cache La Poudre River has been running black after heavy rains this summer, and landslides and flooding have been closing roads and threatening homes. WRV and our partners of the Coalition for the Poudre River Watershed have spent months coordinating with agency partners, community organizations and hundreds of affected individuals to lay the ground for short- and long-term restoration actions.

The most immediate goals of our fall post-fire restoration projects is to protect roads, reservoirs, rivers, homes and communities from the threat of further landslides and flooding expected in the coming winter and spring months.

Whether you live downstream of the fire or in the actual burn area, please lend a hand and help restore some of the highest priority restoration sites within the High Park Fire area. The highest priority restoration work is estimated to take at least 3 years, and a great amount of community involvement. And it will not be possible without your support.

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High Park Post-Fire Restoration III
SCHEDULED
Intermediate    ●    Full Day    ●    Miniumum Age: 16 accompained by adult (more info)

Date(s):
SaturdayMay 03, 2014 - Number of Volunteers: 25

The High Park Fire ravaged over 85,000 acres of Northern Colorado lands, leaving hundreds of residents displaced and over 41,000 acres of land burned at a moderate to high severity! As a result, the Cache La Poudre River has been running black after heavy rains this summer, and landslides and flooding have been closing roads and threatening homes. WRV and our partners of the Coalition for the Poudre River Watershed have spent months coordinating with agency partners, community organizations and hundreds of affected individuals to lay the ground for short- and long-term restoration actions.

The most immediate goals of our fall post-fire restoration projects is to protect roads, reservoirs, rivers, homes and communities from the threat of further landslides and flooding expected in the coming winter and spring months.

Whether you live downstream of the fire or in the actual burn area, please lend a hand and help restore some of the highest priority restoration sites within the High Park Fire area. The highest priority restoration work is estimated to take at least 3 years, and a great amount of community involvement. And it will not be possible without your support.

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