Conservation Easement Dedication, French Gulch, July 8


Continental Divide Land Trust invites the public to a ConservationEasement Dedication at Upper French Gulch Open Space (also known as Cobband Ebert Placer) on Saturday, July 8, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.This 173 acre property, located east of Breckenridge, is part of thelarger B and B Mines open-space purchase by Summit County Government andthe Town of Breckenridge. Cobb and Ebert Placer is one of the few intactwillow complexes and wetlands along a valley bottom in the entire UpperBlue Basin, and is home to native Cutthroat trout. It is a unique pieceof property that reminds us of what our beautiful mountain valleys lookedlike before dredge boat mining decimated the riverbeds in the early partof the last century.Please join this celebration and learn about the natural resources andconservation values of the property. There will be refreshments, briefpresentations, and a nature walk. FREE. Park at the winter trailheadparking area on French Gulch Road and walk in. For directions, moreinformation, or to RSVP, please contact Continental Divide Land Trust or call (970) 453-3875.

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