Join us to explore the connections between forests, fire, recreation, and community resilience. Between a Community Foundation fundraiser, film screening, and fireside chat with recreation and conservation leaders, you'll leave with inspiration and understanding of how to get outdoors while helping to restore the forest.
Come and celebrate National Public Lands Day with a service project for fen restoration! We will be doing re-vegetation at Chattanooga Fen. Don’t forget your rubber boots!
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Tour the 416 and Missionary Ridge burn areas, plant trees, and view vegetation regeneration across burn severities and forest types with fire ecologists and foresters: Dr. Julie Korb (FLC), Gretchen Fitzgerald (SJNF) & Aaron Kimple (MSI).
Whether you’re interested in water quality and fish, protecting your home from fires & floods, trail access, or how you can help monitor and restore the forest, we’ll be there to answer your questions and brainstorm solutions.
Join us for an evening of free beer, food and conversation on September 7th, and a full day tour around the Million and West Fork fire scars on September 8th.
Mountain Studies Institute is proud to host the second annual Silverton Innovation Expo. Join us to re-envision and revitalize the future of mining and reclamation!
Registration now open! Sign up HERE
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Join us for a day in the field for a plant walk with the Colorado Native Plant Society to learn about diverse wetland plants. Stay for an opportunity to help with restoring an ancient alpine fen!
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