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Habitat Improvement Project
September 8 - September 12
The upcoming wet meadow restoration project using Zeedyk rock structures is scheduled for September 9-12, and will benefit multiple species including sage grouse, mule deer, elk, migratory birds and more. The rock structures are strategically built in wet meadows/drainages within sagebrush rangelands. These structures help naturally heal active erosion due to runoff to improve the habitat for sage grouse and other wildlife.
We will be working alongside Wildlife Restoration Volunteers (WRV), who has the “go-ahead” to proceed with the project following social distancing and limited group size of volunteers per Colorado Dept. of Health & Environment (CDPHE) guidelines. Volunteers will also be split into very small groups to work on site.