Join us for a weekend or one-day event in spectacular high country at three sites within 10 miles northwest and southwest of Fairplay.
The headwaters of North Tarryall Creek, Sheep Creek and Beaver Creek have been impacted by illegal motorized activity and social trail development, which has damaged the alpine habitat and sent sediment into the watershed. After equipment preps the sites, volunteers will seed and mulch the area.
We'll be camping in a beautiful location with views across a meadow toward the continental divide.
These are the first and second projects in a series extending through 2019. Wild Connections is pleased to be working with long-time partners, USFS South Park Ranger District, Mosquito Range Heritage Initiative (MRHI) and Wildlands Restoration Volunteers (WRV).
Registration is Open!
South Park Alpine Restoration Project Pt 1
Friday - Sunday, Aug 17 - 19, 2018
To register, or for more info, please go to WRV's page here:
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