What's Inside

Introduction

Big River, Big Community and the Element that Binds Us
By John Giordanengo

Flood work

Living and working in the communities across the Front Range, we are reminded daily of the extreme damage and personal loss the September 2013 flood caused, and the work that lies ahead to rebuild. Thankfully as the recovery...

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E.D. Corner
by Ed Self, Executive Director

March 21, 2014
Happy spring! The last time I wrote, the WRV community was reeling from the devastation of the September 2013 Flood, due to its direct impact on our staff, volunteers, partners, and neighbors. Within days of the flood....

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John Fielder to Judge WRV Photo Contest

John Fielder

Submit your best photos (come to our projects and capture stewardship in action!). Winners will be announced by award-winning nature photographer & conservationist John Fielder on...

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Volunteer Profile - Greg Hill
by Brian Rasmussen

After years of working with computers, Greg Hill was feeling the need to get “back into nature” and celebrate his love of plants when he heard about us from veteran volunteer Phil Dougan. In Greg’s first year at WRV...

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Staff Updates

Legacy

We’re growing to meet the need! Please say “Hi!” to these new staff members.

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Legacy Giving

QUIZ: WAYS TO BECOME IMMORTAL

  • 1. Get bitten by vampire...

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