Ecological Restoration with WRV
The Environmental Center is partnering up with Wildlands Restoration Volunteers (WRV) for two days this July (July 28 & July 31). WRV is a Colorado nonprofit that organizes thousands of volunteers each year to complete more than 150 conservation projects throughout Colorado in hopes to restore nature through outdoor stewardship. Please fill out this form to indicate which event you are attending.
If there are any accommodations needed for ESL, sight, hearing, and mobility, please let us know, we are well resourced at CU to support all our community in engagement and belonging. If you have any questions feel free to email Michelle Leung at
July 28 - Lafayette Fence Removal: The old BNSF railroad runs through Lafayette Open Space and has been transformed into important connector trail throughout the City. We will be helping to remove fencing along the trail and possibly replace it in areas with new fencing.
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July 31 - Habitat Structures at Waneka Lake: Greenlee Nature Preserve is one of Boulder County's birding hotspots, and Waneka Lake, which borders the preserve, is also home to many birds along with other wildlife. Join us in building floating log habitat structures to serve as bird and turtle roosts in this important wildlife area. Families and children are welcome at this project!
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July 28 (9am - 1pm) Lafayette Fence Removal - Link to sign up with WRV here:
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