Help Protect Critical Greenback Habitat!
In conjunction with the Bear Creek Roundtable, CMCTU's partner, Rocky Mountain Field Institute ("RMFI"), recently completed a site visit on the lower section of Bear Creek and has developed the Roundtable's "plan of attack" for closing multiple sediment producing social trails and campsites located on the City of Colorado Springs property adjacent to Bear Creek.
To help reduce the sediment entering Bear Creek, restoration work will focus on soil decompaction, seeding, transplanting, naturalization, split rail fence installation, and sign installation. We have a lot to do in one day, so we need a big turnout of volunteers. We need 40+ volunteers!
Interested in participating in this important restoration work? Want to actively get involved with protecting the threatened Greenback Cutthroat Trout in Bear Creek?
Please contact RMFI's Liz Nichol at 719-471-7736 or firstname.lastname@example.org
to sign up!
Where & When
Caretaker's House at the bottom of High Drive
(intersection of Gold Camp Road and High Drive/Bear Creek Road)
Saturday, October 6, 2012