John Taylor: Thanks for help against toadflax |

John Taylor: Thanks for help against toadflax

John Taylor
Weed Chair FENW

The Friends of the Eagles Nest Wilderness (FENW) is the recipient of a grant in the amount of $10,000 from the National Forest Foundation Ski Area Program to again continue our attack on noxious and invasive species in the Eagles Nest Wilderness and adjacent National Forest areas. These funds will again be used to obtain the services of a certified sprayer, Weed Busters from Delta with mules and equipment, to treat remote, roadless areas in both Summit and Eagle Counties. FENW would like to especially recognize Vail Resorts and Copper Mountain as well as the Forest Service, Dillon and Holy Cross Districts, for their continued support of this program. We find we are making progress to rid out pristine forests of these pesky invaders. Thank you all.

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