NOTE: The project is currently full, but please feel free to sign up for the waiting list. We always have a few spots open last minute. Be sure to check out the Herman Gulch and Black Canyon Creek projects the same week!
Thank you for your interest in supporting Greenback Cutthroat recovery in Colorado! Project details and registration is below:
Project Description: Join fellow TU members, Colorado Parks and Wildlife, and the US Forest Service in an effort to stock sections of Dry Gulch this summer. The project will entail hiking 20-30 pounds worth of fish and gear up steep switchbacks to access the river. Once volunteers arrive at specific release locations, they will be able to release native Greenbacks into this important recovery area! This project is rated as Moderate.
Date/Time: Volunteers will meet at the Dry Gulch Trailhead at 9:30am on July, 16, 2019. (NOTE: time may change slightly due to CPW logistics. Volunteers will receive confirmation ahead of project day).
Location: Dry Gulch Trailhead, close to Loveland Pass exit. Please carpool if possible, as there is limited parking at the project area. To join in on a TU carpool from the Dino Lot, please contact Rick Dornfeld at email@example.com
What to Bring: hiking backpack (65 liters minimum), water, sunscreen, lunch, snacks, sturdy hiking boots, hat/sunglasses, rain jacket, layers. Note: waders are not needed.
Questions: Contact Dan Omasta, Colorado TU Grassroots Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.