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2015 Youth Educational Programs
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Youth Seed Cleaning with Boulder County Parks and Open Space - MLK Day of Service

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Easy    ●    Morning    ●    Family Friendly   ●    Miniumum Age: 10 (more info)

Date(s):
SaturdayJan 17, 2015 - Number of Volunteers: 10

WRV will be hosting a Seed Cleaning Project in collaboration with Boulder County as part of the MLK Day of Service in Boulder. Youth will learn about the importance of local ecotype seeds, assist with the cleaning of seeds collected over the past season, and reflect on the importance of service.

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Youth Willow Harvest - Niwot High School

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Easy    ●    Morning    ●    Family Friendly   ●    Miniumum Age: 12 accompanied by adult (more info)

Date(s):
WednesdayApr 08, 2015 - Number of Volunteers: 10

Youth from Niwot High School will help to harvest over 1,000 willows to use on upcoming flood restoration projects.

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Youth Willow Harvest - Boulder Prep High School

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Easy    ●    Morning    ●    Family Friendly   ●    Miniumum Age: 12 accompanied by adult (more info)

Date(s):
FridayApr 10, 2015 - Number of Volunteers: 10

Youth from Boulder Prep High School will help to harvest over 1,000 willows to use on upcoming flood restoration projects.

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Broomfield Open Space Riparian Planting

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Easy    ●    Full Day    ●    Family Friendly   ●    Miniumum Age: 10 accompanied by an adult (more info)
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Broomfield Open Space, City and County

Date(s):
FridayApr 24, 2015 - Number of Volunteers: 10

We're looking for awesome crew leaders to lead high school age students planting native willow and cottonwood species next to the Tom Frost Reservoir at the Broomfield Commons Open Space! Contact Mary at mary@wlrv.org to sign up!

Please join us for another WRV project with Broomfield City and County Open Space. The project is on a Friday, it is in the spring, and it is a great excuse to start your weekend early helping restore a riparian habitat!

This is a beautiful open space in the heart of the city with fantastic views of the majestic high mountains. In 2009, non-native Russian olive trees were removed from the site and this year we plan to replant the area with native plant species.
Volunteers will restore habitat in The Commons Open Space planting native cottonwood and willow whips. These native plants will provide important habitat for native wildlife.

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