February 21st, 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Fort Lewis College, Student Union Building, Vallecito Room
Beavers restore natural landscapes and wetlands, protected lands and animals in wildfires, filter pollution from waters, and provide essential habitat for many birds, plants, animals, fish and more.
Learn how Native American Tulalip Tribes are partnering with beaver to restore their Native land's watersheds and fish population!
Hosted by a partnership of the Sierra Club of Southwest CO and Give A Dam, we are proud to present Nichole Fox of Give A Dam and Dylan Collins of the Tulalip Tribe of Washington. Join us for this fun and informative event!
GAD supports youth of all ages to be water steward leaders! For more details: give-a-dam-start-up-fund
Take Action for Colorado Wolves!
Comment on the Colorado Wolf Restoration Plan
A Plan for Coexistence
Colorado Parks and Wildlife has released its draft Wolf Restoration and Management Plan. While it holds some promise, CPW’s plan falls far short of Proposition 144’s mandate to base decisions on the “best scientific data available” or restore a “critical balance in nature”. However, there is still time for CPW’s Commissioners to make necessary improvements to the plan before it’s finalized in May. The public comment period will play a significant role in those improvements. Read more...
Proposed Upcoming Outings for the Southwest Group
Hello Fellow Hikers! Susan Russo here- your Outings Leader for the SW Group. I am starting to plan our outings for 2023. I'm hoping many folks will join me on the trails. Read more...
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