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2018 Projects
Project Name Day(s) Date(s)
Fort Collins Evening Seed Cleaning Thursday Jan 11, 2018

Fort Collins Lunchtime Seed Cleanings-2018 Wednesday
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Jan 17, 2018
Jan 24, 2018


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Fort Collins Evening Seed Cleaning

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Easy    ●    Evening    ●    Family Friendly

Date(s):
ThursdayJan 11, 2018 - Number of Volunteers: 8

Do you have the post holiday blues? Join us for an evening of seed cleaning and laughter at the Fort Collins office. We'll be cleaning three-leaf sumac collected in nearby Lory State Park.

Native seed is often incredibly expensive or unavailable commercially, making habitat restoration challenging. BY collecting native species that are adapted to thrive in the challenging climate of the Front Range, WRV volunteers provide this essential resource to future restoration projects and our public lands.

Have you ever wondered what happens with all that seed we collect on our projects? By joining us for this seed cleaning, you can learn how seeds are stored, cleaned and how they will be used in restoration projects in the future.

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Fort Collins Lunchtime Seed Cleanings-2018

SCHEDULED
Easy    ●    Partial Day    ●    Family Friendly

Date(s):
WednesdayJan 17, 2018 - Number of Volunteers: 8
WednesdayJan 24, 2018 - Number of Volunteers: 8

Do you miss the smell of fresh dirt and the feel of plants in your hands? So do we!

Join us for lunchtime seed cleanings from 11-1 on Wednesdays 1/17 and 1/24 for an ongoing project. We will focus on Bee Balm and Sunflower collected in Lory State Park.

Native seed is often incredibly expensive or unavailable commercially, making habitat restoration challenging. BY collecting native species that are adapted to thrive in the challenging climate of the Front Range, WRV volunteers provide this essential resource to future restoration projects and our public lands.

Have you ever wondered what happens with all that seed we collect on our projects? By joining us for this seed cleaning, you can learn how seeds are stored, cleaned and how they will be used in restoration projects in the future.




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