CWMA

PO Box 419

Hotchkiss, CO 81419

 

970-361-8262

fax: 720-880-3051


Email:contact@cwma.org

 

 

2016 P4C Events

 

EVENTS

List of 2016 Events

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2016 P4C EVENTS

North West

July 9

Pulling for Colorado on Davidson Mesa Open Space
 

9-11 am
Louisville, CO

 

Volunteers will meet at the Davidson Mesa entrance off of McCaslin Blvd. Additional parking available across the street at Harper Lake Open Space.

The Open Space Division is hosting a Pulling for Colorado event to help curtail invasive species which are growing abundantly on Davidson Mesa Open Space. Come and learn why noxious weed management is important during weed identification training from 9-9:30 am and then help clip seed heads and dig up noxious weeds that are threatening Davidson Mesa Open Space. Staff will be giving out FREE plants to participants! Refreshments and snacks will be provided. Please bring gloves and be prepared for the elements (bring sunscreen, pants, hat, sunglasses, NO open-toed shoes).


Sponsor: City of Louisville, Open Space Division
Contact Name: Catherine Jepson
Phone: 303-335-4742
Email: catherinej@louisvilleco.gov

 

July 9 Bear Creek Lake Park Pulling for Colorado
 

8am till noon
Morrison, CO

 

We will be pulling and learning about noxious weeds at the Bear Creek Lake Park visitor center. The Colorado Native Plant Society(CoNPS) will be joining us to discuss native plants that look like weeds. This will be the sixth year we have pulled weeds at the visitor center and the area is looking really good. Afterwards there will be a cool snack for all who helped out.


Sponsor: City of Lakewood
Contact Name: Erik Nilsen
Phone: 303 697 - 3543
Email: erinil@lakewood.org

 

July 16

Estes Park Weed Roundup 2016
 

9:00 am – 1:00 pm

Estes Park Weed Drop-off, 666 Elm Road, above the Town Recycle Center

 

The Estes Land Stewardship Association (ELSA) Weed Roundup will have informational booths staffed by ELSA members and Master Gardeners. These volunteers will hand out the 2015 weed booklet Fourteen Most Unwanted Weeds in the Estes Valley and other detailed weed identification and management guides. With freshly potted examples on hand, staff will help participants learn to identify unwanted weeds.

 

Participants will be invited to drop off paper bags of noxious weeds pulled throughout the Estes Valley for disposal. Door prizes and refreshments will be available, and prizes will be awarded for Most Weeds Pulled and for Largest Weed Pulled.

 

Sponsors and Presenters include ELSA, the Town of Estes Park, the Larimer County Dept. of Natural Resources, Rocky Mountain National Park, the Master Gardeners of Estes Park, and the Estes Valley Land Trust.

Additional information: www.elsainfo.org

 

July 30

Indian Peaks Wilderness Alliance Invasive Weed Volunteer Day
 

8:00 am - 4:00 pm

East Portal to James Peak Wilderness

 

Volunteers will learn about noxious weeds and then split into groups to remove weeds in the project area.

 

Sponsor: IPWA
Contact Name: Stuart Dodd
Phone: 720-272-6595
Email:sdodd@indianpeakswilderness.org

 

July tbd

Tamarisk Coalition
  more info coming soon
   
North East

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South West

 

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South East

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