What's Inside

Introduction

Urban Riparian Restoration
by Sarah Egolf

Fire

In works as diverse as The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and the Tao-Te-Ching, the intersection between nature and civilization is the edge of a stream. At Fossil Creek in Fort Collins and Boulder Creek in Boulder, the...

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E.D. Corner
by Ed Self, Executive Director

Wow, fall is already here. It seems that not long ago we were beginning our project season by organizing hundreds of volunteers to help restore lands burned in the Fourmile Canyon Fire. Since then, over 3,100 volunteers have given generously of their time to...

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Tangible Results

If you love numbers and restoration you will certainly love these! Check out the stats for the 2011 season.

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Staff Profile — Sarah Egolf, Development Coordinator

Rachel Steel

"I always admired WRV's work, and thought working here was a pipe dream."

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Project Season Summary
By Jarret Roberts

On a surprisingly warm January 14, 2011, a group of 30 WRV volunteers watched the seed they were spreading lightly scatter on the crusty now below their feet. This day marked the first winter seeding project in WRV history and the first project....

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2010 - 2011 Contributors

Thank you to everyone who donated in 2010 and 2011!

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Many Thanks to Our Partners for 2010/2011

WRV is pleased to acknowledge its partner organizations. Collaboration is essential to leverage our efforts and build a strong diverse community of people devoted to the care of local public land.

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Volunteer Profile -Raghavendra Paturi
by Jarret Roberts

Steve Johnson

In 2009, the WRV office received a phone call from someone in Colorado Springs who said he was excited to get involved in any and every way possible.

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Membership

Your membership will help us expand our work dramatically in the future.

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