This is a joint volunteer event with Wildlands Restoration Volunteers.
Restore riparian habitat on this spectacular river by planting native riparian species and removing invasive tamarisk. We'll camp out near the river, and spend a few days working to restore a critical riparian area in the desert. The Dolores River has been infested with tamarisk, and this project is part of a larger effort to improve habitat along the river. This is a really fun project. It is known far and wide for the awe inspiring scenery and the colorful local history!
How will projects operate amidst COVID-19?
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Moderate | Weekend | Number of Volunteers: 25 | Minimum Age: 16 accompanied by an adult (more info)
Photo: Abby Burk