On Tuesday, September 17th at 6:00PM Mountain Studies Institute and Silverton School are bringing the film Bears of Durango to Silverton. Admission is free with donations suggested. Donations will be used to develop the documentary into an educational tool that can be used in bear-blessed communities not just in the Rockies, but all around the world.
Join us for a day in the field to learn about diverse wetland plants and an opportunity to help with restoring an ancient alpine fen!
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When: Saturday, August 10 9a-12noon
Where/Directions: Please plan to carpool. North on 550 to FS Road 576, head up road to the campground
What to wear: Volunteers should wear closed toe shoes or boots, long pants, shirt (long or short sleeved), sun hat, sunscreen, and bring a lunch, water bottle, and a rain jacket (optional). Trails 2000 will provide all tools, instruction, water and lunch for trail work volunteers.
Join us for a day of pulling weeds to help our forest’s native plant community recover from the 416 Fire