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FDRD Week 13, Volunteer

Peru Creek Campsite Restoration Friday 9/2/2016 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM This year the Summit County Seniors and others are looking for help to kick-start mother nature's regeneration of our forests and watersheds by transplanting trees and other vegetation.…
  Get Involved With FDRD FDRD projects are fun, rewarding and keep people coming back again and again. Whether you are 6 years old or 70+ years young, and wa… http://fdrd.org/news/volunteer-opportunities/fdrd-week-13-volunteer/

FDRD Works To Preserve Local Forests For Future

The Friends of the Dillon Ranger District works to preserve our local forests for future generations – so it's only natural that youth play a big part in our programs. We know that everyone benefits when children and teens understand the importance of tak…
FDRD NEWS FDRD Works To Preserve Local Forests For Future The Friends of the Dillon Ranger District works to preserve our local forests for future generations – so it's only natur… http://fdrd.org/news/news-events/fdrd-works-preserve-local-forests-future/

Willows To Bring Life Back To Ten Mile Creek

The Friends of the Dillon Ranger District is relying on power in numbers to make an impact on our forests this weekend. Not only is FDRD hosting a major trail improvement event in honor of National Trails Day, they are also actively recruiting volunteers…
FDRD NEWS Willows To Bring Life Back To Ten Mile Creek The Friends of the Dillon Ranger District is relying on power in numbers to make an impact on our forests this weekend. Not … http://fdrd.org/news/trail-information/willows-bring-life-back-ten-mile-creek/

Volunteer Ranger Patrollers Are Eyes and Ears For Our Forest

If you enjoy using trails in the Dillon Ranger District, it’s likely that you will come across a fellow hiker in an official-looking uniform, sporting a clean-pressed earth-toned tee, a name tag and friendly smile.
FDRD NEWS Volunteer Ranger Patrollers Are Eyes and Ears For Our Forest If you enjoy using trails in the Dillon Ranger District, it’s likely that you will come across a fellow hike… http://fdrd.org/news/news-events/volunteer-ranger-patrollers-are-eyes-and-ears-our-forest/