We hope you can join us for a Free Workshop on Thursday, Aug. 15 and Friday, Aug. 16 in Norwood, Colorado.
This will be a great opportunity to learn techniques to control erosion and heal the land. Bill Zeedyk, Shawn Conner and others will give fascinating presentations on how simple rock structures can heal eroded stream channels and head cuts. The structures put water back onto meadows to increase production of grasses and wildflowers. This can benefit sage-grouse, other wildlife, and livestock.
The Thursday session will be indoors. You'll discover how the structures work, where to locate them, and more. On Friday, we'll have fun building the structures in sage-grouse habitat on the Dan Noble State Wildlife Area south of Miramonte Reservoir.
For more information about this workshop, please click here or send us an email asking to be put on our email list. To sign up for the workshop, click here. To learn more about this work in general, please click here.