Discover how WRV has fostered a community spirit of shared responsibility for the stewardship and restoration of public, protected, and ecologically important lands each year. In 2018 WRV managed more than 130 volunteer projects with over 4,000 volunteers who restored 30,000 feet of trail, over 150,000 square feet of wetlands, 35,000 feet of streams, and more!
(November 2018) CBS Denver: Some Skip The Stores On Black Friday To Volunteer Outside
(May 2018) KUNC: There’s A Domestic War Raging Right Now — Against A Plant
(October 2017) Rocky Mountain Collegian: CSU Students help restore areas devastated by 2013 Boulder floods
(September 2017) Colorado Public Radio: Restoration Of Left Hand Creek Continues Four Years After Historic Floods
(August 2017) Daily Camera: Native seed collectors help revegetate land in Boulder County
(July 2017) Coloradoan: Volunteers continue work on Young Gulch Trail
(August 2016) Daily Camera: Teens help with river restoration project as part of North Fork flood recovery
(April 2016) The Denver Post: Volunteers to conduct final restoration work at Lower Skin Gulch
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