Restoration Projects

Pull barb wire & restore wildlife habitat Sunday, July 8

Sky Mountain Park in Snowmass Sunday, July 8 Help us remove old barbed wire fencing to allow animals to move freely across important elk and deer habitat in Sky Mountain Park. Vestiges of decades-old grazing operations, these disused fence lines now deteriorate and fragment wildlife habitat. Click here to register

Pull barb wire & restore wildlife habitat Sunday, July 8 2018-06-21T19:51:14+00:00

Restore the Tundra and a Trail Saturday, July 21

Linkins Lake Trail Sat. July 21 Help us reconfigure braided, wet and rutted sections of the spectacular Linkin Lakes trail with incredible views of the upper Roaring Fork Valley. This is one of the most popular trails on Independence Pass. It’s steep but short, making it suitable for families. Work up a sweat and jump in an alpine lake to cool off at the end of the day!   Click here to register.

Restore the Tundra and a Trail Saturday, July 21 2018-06-21T20:01:15+00:00

Restore the Wilderness and a Trail Friday to Sunday, August 17-19

Hay Park Fri.-Sun., Aug. 17-19 Join us for two days of trail and restoration work in the Hay Park area and Maroon Bells-Snowmass Wilderness. The Hay Park Trail needs some repair work and there are some sections of trail that go into the wilderness that needs to be restored and decommissioned. We’ll provide all the food and trail gear. Click here to register.

Restore the Wilderness and a Trail Friday to Sunday, August 17-19 2018-06-21T20:13:47+00:00

Restore a Wetland Friday to Sunday, September 7-9

Crooked Creek Pass Fri.-Sun., Sept. 7-9 Crooked Creek Pass – Back by popular demand! The Forest Service has removed a series of dams to restore a former high elevation wetland; our crew will car camp (optional) and re-vegetate the area with willows and other native species. This is the third year of this important and well-liked project. Click here to register.

Restore a Wetland Friday to Sunday, September 7-9 2018-06-01T18:32:18+00:00