Growing Partnerships

We are so excited to be working with Wildlands Restoration Volunteers (WRV) on several projects this summer. By combining our expertise in connecting youth to nature with WRV’s expertise in restoration ecology, we are creating high impact programs that get youth involved in caring for the natural places in their community and empower them to be the stewards of tomorrow.

On July 24, we will work with the student council from Poudre High School to rebuild the trail at Young Gulch and remove invasive plant species from this area, which was devastated by the High Park Fire in 2012 and flooding in 2013.

On August 3, WRV will come to the ELC to work with our E-CAMP middle school summer program. We will plant native willows and install erosion mitigation structures to help preserve a riverbank that has been severely eroded since the 2013 floods.

Read more about these projects.

Accomplishing a huge task, like caring for our natural resources, requires innovative partnerships. When people and organizations come together to care for the places we love, the whole community benefits.

Looking for a way to give back to the natural areas you love? Consider volunteering with WRV!

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One response to “Growing Partnerships”

  1. Dennis Cook

    Kudos to WRV!!!…a valuable community asset that every FoCo and Larimer resident can appreciate and can also volunteer to help improve our natural Woodlands and rivers.

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