Year of Project: 1994
Trees Planted:2,200

Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado planted 2,200 containerized Englemann spruce,lodgepole pine, Bristlecone pine and sub-alpine fir at the top of Kenosha Pass, to improve th… Read More

Kenosha Pass Waterfowl Watch Trail

Year Planted: 1994

Trees Planted: 2,200
Location: Colorado

Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado planted 2,200 containerized Englemann spruce,lodgepole pine, Bristlecone pine and sub-alpine fir at the top of Kenosha Pass, to improve the wildlife habitat and aesthetics of the area. A similar number of containerized seedlings were planted around a historic mined area to increase the viability of the Peru Creek watershed to support aquatic life again.


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Kenosha Pass Waterfowl Watch Trail

Year Planted: 1994
Trees Planted: 2,200
Location: Colorado

Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado planted 2,200 containerized Englemann spruce,lodgepole pine, Bristlecone pine and sub-alpine fir at the top of Kenosha Pass, to improve the wildlife habitat and aesthetics of the area. A similar number of containerized seedlings were planted around a historic mined area to increase the viability of the Peru Creek watershed to support aquatic life again.



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