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Friends of the Lower Blue River starting climate resiliency initiative

Friends of the Lower Blue River is spearheading a local climate resiliency initiative, studying the soil on four Lower Blue River ranches.

The study will assess soil health, establish baseline data and recommend improvements to increase the land’s ability to capture carbon in the environment. The ranches in the study include Pass Creek Ranch, Blue Tree Ranch, Otter Creek Ranch and Blue Valley Ranch.

The project has received funding from the Middle Park Conservation District, Summit County, BGV Gives and the Hagemeyer Family Foundation.




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