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Volunteer Event at the Audubon Preserve

 
Join RiversEdge West and the Grand Valley Audubon Society for a volunteer event on October 22nd from 8 am - 10 am! Volunteers will be hand-pulling invasive tamarisk seedlings before they blanket the Audubon's wetland and decrease plant diversity in the area. After the tamarisk is removed, we'll collect native seeds and redistribute them over the newly cleared area to encourage the growth of native vegetation that is critical to healthy bird and wildlife habitat.  
 

Volunteer Event at River Park

 
September 24, 2020 | 8 AM - 10 AM | River Park at Las Colonias, Grand Junction, CO
 
Join RiversEdge West at the River Park at Las Colonias on September 24th from 8 am - 10 am for a small, physically-distanced volunteer event removing tamarisk and other weeds! This event is limited to the first 10 participants.
 

Volunteer Event: Building Bird Boxes

 
Help RiversEdge West and the Bureau of Reclamation build bird boxes at the Grand Junction Wildlife Area from 8-11 am on September 17th. View map here.
 
The bird boxes will provide a safe place for birds to build their nests that is protected from the elements and predators.
 

Restoration on Private Lands Pt. 2 - Implementation, Biological Control Options, and Restoring for Birds

 
 
Join us on September 22nd from 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM MDT for part two of this webinar series with extended Q&A geared towards restoration on private lands.
 
Presentations include:
 
1) Experiential Tips from the Field – Working Successfully with Private Land Owners - Shelly Simmons, Purgatoire Watershed Weed Management Collaborative
2) Managing Private Wetlands for Birds - Kelsea Holloway, Bird Conservancy/Natural Resource Conservation Service

Restoration on Private Lands Pt. 1 - Restoration Planning, Weed Control, and Recommended Herbicides

 

Volunteer Event at River Park

 
August 20, 2020 | 8 AM - 10 AM | Grand Junction, CO
 
 

Restoration Success - Invasive Plants, Native Plants, and Planning

 

Adapting Your Stream Restoration Project to Climate Change

11am MT
 
To join the meeting on October 27th at 11 am MT, click below:
https://www.gotomeet.me/RiversEdgeWest/part2_adapting_to_climate_change
Access Code: 927-406-805
 
 

Main Steps and Considerations for Developing Stream Restoration that Will be Viable in the Long-term

To join the webinar on October 13th at 11 am MDT, click the link below:
https://www.gotomeet.me/RiversEdgeWest/part1_streamrestoration
 
Successful riparian restoration hinges on understanding the stream corridor, which consists of three main elements: stream channel (aquatic zone), floodplain (riparian zone), and transitional upland zone. 
 

Tamarisk Beetle Webinar

 

 


 

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