Come join Wildlands Restoration Volunteers and Trees, Water & People on August 21 to build a riparian and wetland demonstration garden and an interpretive trail that will showcase Colorado’s diverse riparian and wetland plants, including golden currant, chokecherry, peachleaf willow, and porcupine sedge. This demonstration site will provide educational opportunities for adults and youth for years to come.
Volunteers will have an opportunity to plant wetland plants, build an educational boardwalk, or help build the accessible interpretive trail.
This is a great opportunity to learn about riparian and wetland ecology, and experience the wonderful Gardens on Spring Creek.
To sign-up, click here or contact Lacey Gaechter at (970) 484-3678 or by email at email@example.com.
Since 2009, Trees, Water & People has partnered with the Wildlands Restoration Volunteers to restore and preserve natural areas in and around Fort Collins. The Spring Creek Wetland and Riparian Demonstration Site project is our most exciting joint venture yet, and TWP is thrilled to launch this project right in the heart of Fort Collins.