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2016 Youth Educational Programs
Youth Educational Program Name Day(s) Date(s)
Youth Big Thompson Field Trip/Project Tuesday May 03, 2016

Polaris Expeditionary High School Crew Leader Training Monday - Friday Sep 19, 2016 - Sep 23, 2016

Denver Mountain Parks Fuels Reduction Tuesday - Tuesday Sep 20, 2016 - Sep 20, 2016

Youth Big Thompson Field Trip/Project

SCHEDULED
Easy    ●    Full Day    ●    Family Friendly

Date(s):
TuesdayMay 03, 2016 - Number of Volunteers: 100

Youth from Brentwood Middle School in Greeley will help to plant hundreds of willows along stream banks of the Big Thompson River. Youth will also learn to fly fish in a stocked pond with help from master anglers from Alpine Anglers Trout Unlimited and Various fly shops.

Leadership is needed: However no leadership training is required! All volunteers are invited to come out and help work alongside youth so that youth can have more one on one time with adults who value nature and restoration.

If you would like to volunteer to assist, please email lukas@wlrv.org and specify if you are a master angler or non- angler. Amatuer anglers may or may not get a chance to fish at the end of the day.



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Polaris Expeditionary High School Crew Leader Training

SCHEDULED
Intermediate    ●    Multi Day

Date(s):
MondaySep 19, 2016 - FridaySep 23, 2016 - Number of Volunteers: 20

WRV partnered with Polaris Expeditionary School in Fort Collins to train 10 high school students as crew leaders. We will camp at Young Gulch, Two days will be spent learning about ecology, restoration techniques, and leadership and three will be spent constructing the new trail and restoring the old trail at Yong Gulch.

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Denver Mountain Parks Fuels Reduction

SCHEDULED
Easy    ●    Partial Day    ●    Family Friendly   ●    Miniumum Age: 12 (more info)

Date(s):
TuesdaySep 20, 2016 - TuesdaySep 20, 2016 - Number of Volunteers: 65

Students from Grandview High will join us for a fun morning spent doing fuels reduction and reducing undergrowth to prevent fast-moving fires. They'll also be learning about the role of fire in forest ecosystems.



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