What's Inside

Introduction

Community Rising
by Christi Turner

Rising flood water

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 ...

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E.D. Corner
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...

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Staff Profile — Brian Rasmussen

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 ...

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Project Season Summary 2013

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Volunteer Profile - Dan Ramse
by Jen Kovecses

Dan Ramse

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...

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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...

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2013 Tangible Results

Read more about the tangible results of WRV's 2013 projects.

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