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2018 Projects
Project Name Day(s) Date(s)
Rocky Mtn Natl Park Habitat Restoration II Saturday
Sunday
Sep 22, 2018
Sep 23, 2018

Indian Peaks Wilderness Trail Project III Sunday Sep 23, 2018

City of Boulder/Longmont Seed Collection I Monday Sep 24, 2018

Fillius Park Trails Saturday Sep 29, 2018

Kolb Russian Olive Removal (Sawyer Day) Saturday Sep 29, 2018

Uncompahgre Plateau Sage Grouse Habitat Restoration (NEW DATES) Saturday
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Sep 29, 2018
Sep 30, 2018
Oct 01, 2018
Oct 02, 2018

City of Boulder Seed Collection V Friday Oct 05, 2018

Kolb Russian Olive Removal (Chipper Day) Saturday Oct 06, 2018

Young Gulch Trail Construction IV Saturday
Sunday
Oct 06, 2018
Oct 07, 2018

Young Gulch Trail Construction Back Country IV Saturday
Sunday
Oct 06, 2018
Oct 07, 2018

St. Vrain Tamarisk Removal III Wednesday Oct 10, 2018

James Creek Flood Restoration I Saturday Oct 13, 2018

Kaiser Corporate Project-Campbell Valley Stream Restoration Monday Oct 15, 2018

Boulder County Seed Collection V -- RESCHEDULED Saturday Oct 20, 2018

Elkhorn Creek Wildfire Risk Reduction VI Saturday Oct 20, 2018

Genesee Fuels Reduction I Saturday Oct 20, 2018

Tool Fest - Fort Collins Saturday Oct 27, 2018

James Creek Flood Restoration II Saturday Oct 27, 2018

Genesee Fuels Reduction II Saturday Oct 27, 2018

Tool Fest - Boulder Saturday Nov 03, 2018

Boulder County Seed Collection VII Saturday Nov 03, 2018

City of Boulder Seed Collection VI Wednesday Nov 07, 2018


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Rocky Mtn Natl Park Habitat Restoration II

SCHEDULED
Come celebrate National Public Lands Day!

Intermediate    ●    Multi Day    ●    Family Friendly   ●    Minimum Age: 12 accompanied by an adult (more info)
Sponsors
Rocky Mountain National Park
Audubon Rockies
Date(s):
Saturday Sep 22, 2018 - Number of Volunteers: 50
Sunday Sep 23, 2018 - Number of Volunteers: 50
Come join us for Colorado Public lands Day. Rocky Mountain National Park is a spectacular iconic destination in Colorado. WRV volunteers will be returning there twice this year to help restore three disturbed sites near Sprague Lake, Moraine Park and the Beaver Meadows Headquarters. This event is Part 2. Altogether, between these two events, volunteers will plant over 7,000 wetland plants, and seed, rake and mulch over 7 acres.

Camping in the park will be provided free for volunteers. This project fills quickly so sign up early! Friday night arrival encouraged.


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Indian Peaks Wilderness Trail Project III

SCHEDULED
Come celebrate National Public Lands Day!

Difficult    ●    Full Day    ●    Minimum Age: 16 accompanied by an adult (more info)
Sponsors
Colorado Parks & Wildlife - Recreational Trails Program (State Trails)
Indian Peaks Wilderness Alliance
National Wilderness Stewardship Alliance
Date(s):
Sunday Sep 23, 2018 - Number of Volunteers: 20
Join us in the spectacular Indian Peaks Wilderness, west of Brainard Lake. This area is one of the most popular wilderness areas in the country, which has caused a great deal of impact to the Pawnee Pass Lake trail. Volunteers will perform trail maintenance on a section of trail between Long Lake and Lake Isabelle. This one-day event is great for trail-building newcomers and veterans alike!

WRV has been working in the Indian Peaks Wilderness and Brainard Lake area for over a decade, and volunteers tell us this is one of the most rewarding locations in which to work! We'll be continuing work completed by volunteer crews during two weekends earlier this summer.


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City of Boulder/Longmont Seed Collection I

SCHEDULED

Easy    ●    Morning    ●    Family Friendly   ●    Minimum Age: 8, with adult supervision (more info)
Date(s):
Monday Sep 24, 2018 - Number of Volunteers: 10
THIS IS A MORNING 8:30am-12:00pm EVENT

Join us on this collaborative project to collect tallgrass species south of Boulder with both the City of Longmont and the City of Boulder! Using native seeds in re-vegetation efforts is essential to restoring native plant diversity. Some native species are not available commercially, are too expensive, or the available seeds are not ecologically appropriate.

Volunteers will help ensure the success of future restoration projects by hand-collecting seeds from one or both of the following tallgrass species: yellow indiangrass and switchgrass.

Our collected seeds will be used in local habitat restoration projects in the City of Longmont along the St. Vrain creek.

LOCATION TO BE DETERMINED!

The location of seed collections can only be determined 2-3 days prior to each event, given the varying growth rates of the many species we collect. This project is in Boulder County, very likely south Boulder. Once you register, you'll receive info 2-3 days prior about the location, directions and species you'll be collecting.


*If you are trained and certified, and would like to serve as a Crew Leader or Greeter please write your intentions in the "Notes" section when registering.
**Children under 18 must be accompanied by an authorized adult whose primary responsibility is their supervision.


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Fillius Park Trails

SCHEDULED

Intermediate    ●    Full Day    ●    Minimum Age: 14 accompanied by an adult (more info)
Sponsors
City of Denver -- Natural Resources Division, Mountain Parks & Park & Rec Div.
Colorado Parks & Wildlife - Recreational Trails Program (State Trails)
Date(s):
Saturday Sep 29, 2018 - Number of Volunteers: 50
Fillius Park is a gem within the Denver Mountain Parks system, just outside of Evergreen, and serves as as the entryway to the Bergen Park community. Volunteers will be completing 1800 ft of new natural surface trail to complete a new hiking trail loop at Fillius Park, create ADA access to the historical shelter, and reclaim old roads and parking lots that are no longer being utilized.


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Kolb Russian Olive Removal (Sawyer Day)

SCHEDULED

Difficult    ●    Full Day
Sponsors
City of Boulder Open Space and Mountain Parks (OSMP)
Date(s):
Saturday Sep 29, 2018 - Number of Volunteers: 8
Help restore habitat for eagles, red-tailed hawks and Preble's mice at the City of Boulder's Kolb Open Space near Arapahoe and 75th. We will be removing invasive Russian olive trees, which are shading out native species. This day is specifically intended for trained volunteer sawyers! If you have not gotten an S-212 certification (or comparable) yet, please see our project at this same location on October 6 welcoming all volunteers.

WRV is pleased to collaborate with City of Boulder Open Space and Mountain Parks at this special site, normally closed to the public, with funding from them and the Colorado Water Conservation Board.

To register for this event, please contact the WRV office at 303-543-1411 or email Julie at julie@wlrv.org.
You must be a certified sawyer to participate.


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Uncompahgre Plateau Sage Grouse Habitat Restoration (NEW DATES)

RESCHEDULED
PLEASE NOTE: This project has been RE-SCHEDULED due to access restrictions from a nearby wildfire. The project was originally planned for September 5th-8th but will now take place from Saturday, September 29th- Tuesday, October 2nd. If you were already registered please confirm your availability for these new dates by emailing Morgan@wlrv.org. We are happy to accomodate you if you are only partially available as well, just let us know which dates you are able to make. Thank you for you flexibility and understanding.

Difficult    ●    Mid Week Multi Day    ●    Minimum Age: 16 accompanied by an adult (more info)
Sponsors
USFS - Grand Mesa, Uncompahgre & Gunnison Nat'l Forest - Gunnison Ranger District
Audubon Rockies
Date(s):
Saturday Sep 29, 2018 - Number of Volunteers: 35
Sunday Sep 30, 2018 - Number of Volunteers: 35
Monday Oct 01, 2018 - Number of Volunteers: 35
Tuesday Oct 02, 2018 - Number of Volunteers: 35
WE'RE BACK for another year of restoring critical habitat for Gunnison Sage Grouse, this year we're taking the success we've had in Gunnison over the past 4 years and moving up to the Uncompaghre National Forest to replicate our work with new partners.

This year we'll be camped out for 4 days at an old Civilian Conservation Corps camp and travelling from there to our work sites each day. The work will be much the same as previous years using rock to build small scale erosion control structures which help to trap sediment and raise the water table over time, and sustaining the plant community that the Gunnison Sage Grouse depends on. This work helps make the ecosystem more resilient to the effects of climate change.

One of WRV's most popular projects every year, this year may the best yet!

The site of our camp makes it much more difficult to accommodate volunteers looking to only come for 1 of the days so please plan on coming for all 4 days if you sign up.

VOLUNTEER ACTIVITIES
Volunteers will be constructing multiple rock structures on small streams and drainages in the watershed.
Volunteers will be working at an elevation of above 8,000 feet and camping nearby at a Civilian Conservation Corps Camp with multiple cabins. Food will be provided by talented volunteer cooks!


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City of Boulder Seed Collection V

SCHEDULED

Easy    ●    Morning    ●    Family Friendly   ●    Minimum Age: 8 (more info)
Sponsors
City of Boulder Open Space and Mountain Parks (OSMP)
Date(s):
Friday Oct 05, 2018 - Number of Volunteers: 35
THIS IS A HALF-DAY EVENT, 9:00AM-1:00PM

Using native seeds in re-vegetation efforts is essential to restoring native plant diversity. Some native species are not available commercially, are too expensive, or the available seeds are not ecologically appropriate.

Volunteers will help ensure the success of future restoration projects by hand-collecting seeds from a variety of native species, including grasses, wildflowers, and shrubs. Local botanists will be working on site and will provide identification of wildflowers and other native plants during the project.

Our collected seeds will be used in local habitat restoration projects, or may be grown out in an agricultural setting to increase them 100 or 1000 fold, vastly increasing the amount of locally-adapted seed that is available for local restoration projects.

LOCATION TO BE DETERMINED!

The location of seed collections can only be determined 2-3 days prior to each event, given the varying growth rates of the many species we collect. This project is in Boulder County. Once you register, you'll receive info 2-3 days prior about the location, directions and species you'll be collecting.

**Children under 18 must be accompanied by an authorized adult whose primary responsibility is their supervision.


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Kolb Russian Olive Removal (Chipper Day)

SCHEDULED

Very Difficult    ●    Full Day    ●    Minimum Age: 18 (more info)
Sponsors
City of Boulder Open Space and Mountain Parks (OSMP)
Date(s):
Saturday Oct 06, 2018 - Number of Volunteers: 25
Help restore habitat for eagles, red-tailed hawks and Preble's mice at the City of Boulder's Kolb Open Space near Arapahoe and 75th. We will be removing invasive Russian olive trees, which are shading out native species. On this day, volunteers will be collecting material felled by our volunteer sawyers earlier in the month and chipping it. Past volunteers give these projects high marks for the cross-fit workout!


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Young Gulch Trail Construction IV

SCHEDULED

Difficult    ●    Weekend    ●    Minimum Age: 16 accompanied by an adult (more info)
Sponsors
Mishawaka Amphitheater
Odell Brewing Company
National Wilderness Stewardship Alliance
REI - National Office
Date(s):
Saturday Oct 06, 2018 - Number of Volunteers: 20
Sunday Oct 07, 2018 - Number of Volunteers: 20
The Young Gulch trail was a very popular destination in the Poudre River Watershed. It was closed after the High Park Fire burned through in 2012, and remained closed due to flood damage that fall and again in 2013. Much of the original trail with all its creek crossings is washed away. Now we have the opportunity to build a new trail: more fun and resilient, with less disturbance to the creek and the Cache La Poudre downstream.

We've constructed almost 3 miles of trail meaning this season we'll be working some distance from the trailhead. We'll have a backcountry base-camp set up so that volunteers can choose to camp with us closer to the work area or to hike in daily. Please let us know your preference and register for the BACKCOUNTRY camping project on our schedule, listed for the same days.

We have some basic camping gear available for those who don't have their own.

WRV is very pleased to work collaboration with the USFS, Overland Mountain Bike Club, Poudre Wilderness Volunteers, Larimer County Conservation Corps, and CATS on this exciting multi-year effort.


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Young Gulch Trail Construction Back Country IV

SCHEDULED

Difficult    ●    Weekend    ●    Minimum Age: 16 accompanied by an adult (more info)
Sponsors
Mishawaka Amphitheater
Odell Brewing Company
National Wilderness Stewardship Alliance
REI - National Office
Date(s):
Saturday Oct 06, 2018 - Number of Volunteers: 10
Sunday Oct 07, 2018 - Number of Volunteers: 10
This is the same weekend as the regular Young Gulch event but participants in the Back Country project will be hiking in Friday evening at 6pm or Saturday morning at 6am and staying at our fully outfitted basecamp 2.5 miles in on the trail. You get to work in the most remote parts of the trail, won't have to carry tools in and we have some basic camping gear to lend. Please make a note in your registration if you need to borrow camping gear ahead of time.

The Young Gulch trail was a very popular destination in the Poudre River Watershed. It was closed after the High Park Fire burned through in 2012, and remained closed due to flood damage that fall and again in 2013. Much of the original trail with all its creek crossings is washed away. Now we have the opportunity to build a new trail: more fun and resilient, with less disturbance to the creek and the Cache La Poudre downstream.

WRV is very pleased to work collaboration with the USFS, Overland Mountain Bike Club, Poudre Wilderness Volunteers, Larimer County Conservation Corps, and CATS on this exciting multi-year effort.


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St. Vrain Tamarisk Removal III

SCHEDULED

Easy    ●    Full Day    ●    Family Friendly   ●    Minimum Age: 10 (more info)
Sponsors
City of Longmont
Audubon Rockies
Colorado Dept. of Public Health & Environment
Date(s):
Wednesday Oct 10, 2018 - Number of Volunteers: 20
Enjoy panoramic views of the Front Range and heal a local area deeply impacted by the 2013 flood! In the aftermath of the flood, millions of tamarisk seedlings germinated, which pose a major threat to the watershed should they mature. Volunteers will continue work from 2016 & 2017, removing tamarisk through cutting and applying herbicide to stumps.

Notes: Our project is located on St Vrain Creek, just east of the Boulder/Weld County line, where the Sept 2013 flood breached several lakes and carved a new channel.
Tamarisk (aka Salt Cedar) has devastated watersheds throughout the west, costing billions of dollars in lost habitat, lost water, and lost electricity.


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James Creek Flood Restoration I

SCHEDULED

Intermediate    ●    Full Day    ●    Family Friendly
Date(s):
Saturday Oct 13, 2018 - Number of Volunteers: 20
Boulder County and the Lefthand Watershed Oversight Group, in collaboration with the James Creek Watershed Initiative and the Town of Jamestown, have developed stream restoration designs for James and Little James Creeks. Funding for the designs was provided by a Community Development Block Grant - Disaster Relief planning grant through the Colorado Watershed Resilience Planning Grant Program to complete the stream restoration 30% design.

Work is currently underway on this project as part of the James Canyon Flood Recovery Project. Join WRV in replanting vegetation and restoring James Creek!


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Kaiser Corporate Project-Campbell Valley Stream Restoration

SCHEDULED

Intermediate    ●    Full Day    ●    Family Friendly   ●    Minimum Age: 12 (more info)
Sponsors
Kaiser Permanente Community Benefit & Relations
Kaiser Permanente - Boulder
Date(s):
Monday Oct 15, 2018 - Number of Volunteers: 20
Just 20 miles north of Fort Collins exists one of the most important mountains-to-plains ecological transition zones in the Front Range-The Laramie Foothills Conservation Area. However, in the early 1900's, Campbell Creek was used to transport irrigation water while the North Poudre Irrigation Canal was being completed. The elevation of the creek bottom was down cut by approximately 40 feet, causing the elevation of the valley's tributaries to drop commensurately.

This massive change in the watershed caused significant head-cutting and down-cutting of every tributary in the valley, resulting in a loss of an estimated 120,000,000 (that's right, 120Million!) cubic feet of sediment. Now, erosion gullies range from 5 to 30 feet deep and run up to 1,000 feet across the land and ever increasing leakage from the canal continues to threaten the valley's stability.

Today, this historic ranch is protected by a conservation easement held by The Nature Conservancy. Volunteers will be installing post vanes in the creek in order to alter the waters course and harvesting and installing willow cuttings to help stabilize and revegetate the banks and reduce the rate of erosion from this tragically beautiful Valley.

Employees from Kaiser Permanente will be joining WRV to volunteer and help restore this precious resource.


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Boulder County Seed Collection V -- RESCHEDULED

SCHEDULED

Easy    ●    Afternoon    ●    Family Friendly   ●    Minimum Age: 8, with adult supervision (more info)
Date(s):
Saturday Oct 20, 2018 - Number of Volunteers: 35
This is an afternoon project, 1-4pm.

Using native seeds in re-vegetation efforts is essential to restoring native plant diversity. Some native species are not available commercially, are too expensive, or the available seeds are not ecologically appropriate.

Volunteers will help ensure the success of future restoration projects by hand-collecting seeds from a variety of native species, including grasses, wildflowers, and shrubs. Local botanists will be working on site and will provide identification of wildflowers and other native plants during the project.

Our collected seeds will be used in local habitat restoration projects, or may be grown out in an agricultural setting to increase them 100 or 1000 fold, vastly increasing the amount of locally-adapted seed that is available for local restoration projects.

LOCATION TO BE DETERMINED!

The location of seed collections can only be determined 2-3 days prior to each event, given the varying growth rates of the many species we collect. This project is in Boulder County. Once you register, you'll receive info 2-3 days prior about the location, directions and species you'll be collecting.


*If you are trained and certified, and would like to serve as a Crew Leader or Greeter please write your intentions in the "Notes" section when registering.
**Children under 18 must be accompanied by an authorized adult whose primary responsibility is their supervision.


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Elkhorn Creek Wildfire Risk Reduction VI

SCHEDULED

Difficult    ●    Full Day
Sponsors
Coalition for the Poudre River Watershed
State Farm Insurance
Date(s):
Saturday Oct 20, 2018 - Number of Volunteers: 20
For the fourth year, WRV is partnering with the Coalition for the Poudre River Watershed, The Nature Conservancy, Larimer County Conservation Corps and the Ben Delatour Scout Ranch to reduce the risk of severe wildfire in the Elkhorn Creek area. Not only is this area important wildlife habitat, it's also special because of its proximity to surrounding National Forest and crucial to the health of the Cache La Poudre River watershed.

By thinning dense stands of trees and piling and removing debris, volunteers are helping to protect the water supply and improve forest health in this valuable and beautiful area. Let's continue the excellent progress we made last year!

All volunteers are welcome on this project, sawyers and non-sawyers alike! If you are a certified volunteer sawyer, contact Will Vieth at william@wlrv.org


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Genesee Fuels Reduction I

SCHEDULED

Difficult    ●    Full Day
Sponsors
City of Denver -- Natural Resources Division, Mountain Parks & Park & Rec Div.
Date(s):
Saturday Oct 20, 2018 - Number of Volunteers: 10
This Denver Mountain Parks property in the foothills west of Golden is a favorite due to its resident bison herd! Help protect the area from catastrophic wildfire by clearing woody material from overgrown areas.


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Tool Fest - Fort Collins

SCHEDULED

Easy    ●    Full Day    ●    Family Friendly   ●    Minimum Age: 14 (more info)
Date(s):
Saturday Oct 27, 2018 - Number of Volunteers: 20
9am-3:30pm approx

Volunteers are invited to celebrate a great season of restoration and put the tools you used to bed for the winter. There is a job for everyone: cleaning, sharpening, painting, applying protective oils, and re-organizing the tool shed to get ready for next years' project season. Word on the street is Tool Fest is a blast!


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James Creek Flood Restoration II

SCHEDULED

Intermediate    ●    Full Day    ●    Family Friendly
Date(s):
Saturday Oct 27, 2018 - Number of Volunteers: 20
Boulder County and the Lefthand Watershed Oversight Group, in collaboration with the James Creek Watershed Initiative and the Town of Jamestown, have developed stream restoration designs for James and Little James Creeks. Funding for the designs was provided by a Community Development Block Grant - Disaster Relief planning grant through the Colorado Watershed Resilience Planning Grant Program to complete the stream restoration 30% design.

Work is currently underway on this project as part of the James Canyon Flood Recovery Project. Join WRV in replanting vegetation and restoring James Creek!


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Genesee Fuels Reduction II

SCHEDULED

Difficult    ●    Full Day
Sponsors
City of Denver -- Natural Resources Division, Mountain Parks & Park & Rec Div.
Date(s):
Saturday Oct 27, 2018 - Number of Volunteers: 10
This Denver Mountain Parks property in the foothills west of Golden is a favorite due to its resident bison herd! Help protect the area from catastrophic wildfire by clearing woody material from overgrown areas.


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Tool Fest - Boulder

SCHEDULED

Easy    ●    Full Day    ●    Family Friendly   ●    Minimum Age: 14 (more info)
Date(s):
Saturday Nov 03, 2018 - Number of Volunteers: 35
9am-3:30pm approx

Volunteers are invited to celebrate a great season of restoration and put the tools you used to bed for the winter. There is a job for everyone: cleaning, sharpening, painting, applying protective oils, and re-organizing the tool shed to get ready for next years' project season. Word on the street is Tool Fest is a blast!


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Boulder County Seed Collection VII

SCHEDULED

Easy    ●    Afternoon    ●    Family Friendly   ●    Minimum Age: 8, with adult supervision (more info)
Date(s):
Saturday Nov 03, 2018 - Number of Volunteers: 30
THIS IS AN AFTERNOON 12:30pm-3:30PM EVENT

Using native seeds in re-vegetation efforts is essential to restoring native plant diversity. Some native species are not available commercially, are too expensive, or the available seeds are not ecologically appropriate.

Volunteers will help ensure the success of future restoration projects by hand-collecting seeds from a variety of native species, including grasses, wildflowers, and shrubs. Local botanists will be working on site and will provide identification of wildflowers and other native plants during the project.

Our collected seeds will be used in local habitat restoration projects, or may be grown out in an agricultural setting to increase them 100 or 1000 fold, vastly increasing the amount of locally-adapted seed that is available for local restoration projects.

LOCATION TO BE DETERMINED!

The location of seed collections can only be determined 2-3 days prior to each event, given the varying growth rates of the many species we collect. This project is in Boulder County. Once you register, you'll receive info 2-3 days prior about the location, directions and species you'll be collecting.


*If you are trained and certified, and would like to serve as a Crew Leader or Greeter please write your intentions in the "Notes" section when registering.
**Children under 18 must be accompanied by an authorized adult whose primary responsibility is their supervision.


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City of Boulder Seed Collection VI

SCHEDULED

Easy    ●    Morning    ●    Family Friendly   ●    Minimum Age: 8 (more info)
Sponsors
City of Boulder Open Space and Mountain Parks (OSMP)
Date(s):
Wednesday Nov 07, 2018 - Number of Volunteers: 35
THIS IS A HALF-DAY EVENT, 10:00AM-1:00PM

Using native seeds in re-vegetation efforts is essential to restoring native plant diversity. Some native species are not available commercially, are too expensive, or the available seeds are not ecologically appropriate.

Volunteers will help ensure the success of future restoration projects by hand-collecting seeds from a variety of native species, including grasses, wildflowers, and shrubs. Local botanists will be working on site and will provide identification of wildflowers and other native plants during the project.

Our collected seeds will be used in local habitat restoration projects, or may be grown out in an agricultural setting to increase them 100 or 1000 fold, vastly increasing the amount of locally-adapted seed that is available for local restoration projects.

LOCATION TO BE DETERMINED!

The location of seed collections can only be determined 2-3 days prior to each event, given the varying growth rates of the many species we collect. This project is in Boulder County. Once you register, you'll receive info 2-3 days prior about the location, directions and species you'll be collecting.

**Children under 18 must be accompanied by an authorized adult whose primary responsibility is their supervision.


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