Forestry Project on May 16
- Travel & Outdoor
It may look pretty, but oxeye daisy is a noxious weed that escaped gardens and is taking over mountain meadows and riparian areas. Spend the morning finding and pulling these flowers to help protect a riparian ecosystem. This is a great opportunity for families and young volunteers. We will work in a beautiful mountain meadow, enjoying great views and native wildflowers amongst the weeds. This project is from 8:30am-12:30pm. Minimum age is 8 with adult supervision. This volunteer project may not be used for court ordered community service hours. For questions contact Carrie Cimo at 303-678-6329 or email@example.com.
Boulder County owns or oversees over 97,000 acres of open space, conserving natural, cultural, and agricultural resources and providing public uses that reflect sound resource management and community values.
Help us steward the land as we take care of our community.
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