We're teaming up with the Sierra Club to host a naturalization project in Eldorado Wilderness! Paralleling the west side of the Colorado River, this rugged area is an intricate web of peaks, gentle slopes of lava flows and eroded basalt, and side canyons with craggy cliffs. Our work will focus on installing a barrier on a decommissioned route into Eldorado by digging holes to put in posts and then stringing them together with cable. Even if you've never done it before, you'll become an expert at digging post holes! We'll also be naturalizing the old route to aid natural rehabilitation.
This is a big project that will take all day. Volunteers are invited to join us to camp at the project site that night.
What you'll need:
- Long pants and a long-sleeve shirt.
- A water bottle for yourself. We'll have plenty of water for refills.
- Lunch/snacks for yourself.
- If you're camping out, you'll need your own camping gear and food for Sunday.