by Christi Turner
In the middle of September, Nancy Martin returned home from vacation to find five and a half feet of water in her basement. The carpeting, furniture, photographs and even the very walls of her Longmont home were soaked and submerged. “I never expected anything quite ...
by Ed Self, Executive Director
November 16, 2013
On September 10, I was packing for a much-anticipated backpacking and fishing trip with my seven-year-old son, Elias. Those plans changed abruptly on September 11 (not an auspicious day) when water began pouring into...
Staff Profile — Brian Rasmussen
Brian Rasmussen came to WRV through his collaboration with WRV as a US Forest Service seasonal staffer. His breadth of knowledge of riparian, alpine, trail and watershed restoration ...
Project Season Summary 2013
- High Park Fire Restoration
- Alpine Projects
- Wetlands and Watersheds
- Seed Collections
- Greenways and Invasives
Volunteer Profile - Dan Ramse
by Jen Kovecses
After ridiculous inches of snow in April risked delaying our post-fire restoration projects, I needed to get to our project site to see if there was too much snow to do our work. The problem: making my way up a winding, snow-covered...
24 Hours to Give Where You Live
by Sarah Egolf
Support Wildlands Restoration Volunteers on Colorado Gives Day- On Tuesday, December 10, Coloradans will come together to raise millions of dollars for nonprofits, including WRV. Last year, Colorado nonprofits raised a remarkable $15.7 million on Colorado Gives Day and WRV nearly doubled our membership and raised over $20,000...
2013 Tangible Results
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