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Greenback Recovery: Monitoring Antenna Pack-In & Build


Support Greenback Cutthroat recovery in the Cache la Poudre headwaters by working with the US Forest Service, National Park Service, and Colorado Parks and Wildlife to help establish data on current fish populations in streams near the Grand Ditch.

Duties:    Volunteers will help pack Antenna parts into site and begin layout and build; Drill bedrock for bolts; Drive duckbill anchors.  This research site will help drive recovery in this watershed for the next ten years!

Volunteers can sign up for one-day slots or multiple-day slots. Due to the distance to the project site, one-day volunteers need to be willing to meet at the commute site at 6:30 am and should not expect to return to the commute site until 7:00 pm. Once at the destination, there will be additional hiking involved to get to the actual work site. Please wear appropriate shoes and clothes for wilderness hiking.

Single Day Volunteers - You will need to bring your own food and water for the day, comfortable work clothes, sunscreen and rain gear. This project is at approximately 9500’ in elevation and the weather can be unpredictable. Waders could be needed at any time but, will be needed on days with active fish tagging scheduled. Car pool available – location TBD

Multi-Day Volunteers – You will need to bring food for the number of days you will be attending. Daily water rations will be available at the base camp. Please bring comfortable work clothes, sunscreen and rain gear. This project is at approximately 9500’ in elevation and the weather can be unpredictable. Waders could be needed at any time but, will be needed on days with active fish tagging scheduled. Overnight camping will be available at the base camp. You will need to self-provision for this camping (tents, sleeping bags, ground pad, etc.). Do not be fooled by the calendar! The nights are quite chilly at this altitude so please provision accordingly. Car pool available – location TBD

Qualifications:    -Must be at least 18 years old.
-Must be physically able to work at 9500' elevation.
-Must have required food and gear for work day or multiple days if
elected.

Directions:    Car pooling location and details to TBD.
Please contact Phil Wright for more information (philwright@ieee.org).
Minimum age:    18

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