This event is free and open to the public, so come join us to learn about how weather, precipitation, and snow-pack affect spruce beetle as well as it’s history and potential movement across the landscape.
Please join the Animas River Community Forum to tour the Falls Creek subdivision to see what they have done to reduce risks from flood and fire.
Please join us to learn more about beetles and their role in our forests with the Southwest’s insect experts! Please RSVP for this event and remember to bring sunscreen, a hat, a water bottle, rain-gear (just in case), and appropriate hiking clothes and shoes.
Mark your Calendars for the combined San Juan Mining and Reclamation Conference & Silverton Innovation Expo.
When: September 24-26, 2019
Where: Silverton, CO
Learn more HERE.
Join Mountain Studies Institute and the San Juan National Forest to celebrate National Public Lands Day by planting trees in the Missionary Ridge burn area! REGISTER HERE