Our track record includes (as of early 2018): over 1,000 projects completed, 490,000 volunteer hours, 322 active trained leaders, 96,705 ft of trail built, 134,465 ft of trail closed, 243,855 ft of road obliteration, 271,895 ft of stream channel restored, 281,627 native plants installed, 27,982,000 square ft of burn area seeded, and 7,687 acres weeded. We’ve been building a trained and skilled community of stewards for 18 seasons now, and they’re ready to take on your next project.
WRV works from the plains, to the top of Colorado’s 14ers, across the state and into Wyoming. Past project sites include: Summit Lake-Mt Evans, Campbell Valley, Left Hand Canyon, Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado State Parks, Indian Peaks Wilderness, Arapaho National Wildlife Refuge, Red Rocks, Pawnee Buttes National Grasslands, Medicine Bow-Routt National Forest, Mt. Bross, Mt. Yale, Mt. Massive, Mt. Elbert, the Maroon Bells, Big Thompson River, Cache la Poudre Wilderness, Fourmile Canyon Fire, High Park Fire, San Luis Valley, and hundreds of other restoration sites.
WRV runs projects with public land agencies and private partners with easements or protected lands. We are proud to have worked with agencies that include: the US Forest Service, the Bureau of Land Management, City of Denver, City of Boulder Open Space and Mountain Parks, Boulder County Parks and Open Space, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, City of Longmont, National Renewable Energy Lab, Bird Conservancy of the Rockies, The Nature Conservancy, Colorado Department of Agriculture, City of Lafayette, Jefferson County, City of Golden, and City of Broomfield.