Summit County: Greenlands Reserve Land Trust Adopt-A-Site Project on Sunday |

Summit County: Greenlands Reserve Land Trust Adopt-A-Site Project on Sunday

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The Greenlands Reserve Land Trust invites you to join us – in partnership with the Friends of the Dillon Ranger District – on Sunday to help build sediment-control structures in the Straight Creek Watershed. Straight Creek is the primary water supply for the Town of Dillon.

Volunteers should meet at the Straight Creek Trailhead in Dillon (at the end of County Road 51) at 9 a.m. and should dress for a day outdoors – bring lunch, water, work gloves, layered clothing including long pants, long-sleeved shirt, sturdy boots, sunglasses, sun hat, sunscreen, rain gear, insect repellent and lots of enthusiasm! Project will end by 3 p.m. or earlier. All ability levels are welcome.

This effort is part of the FDRD’s Forest Stewards Program (see For more info on GRLT, visit

Volunteers are requested to RSVP at (click on “Volunteer”) by Friday so that we can provide sufficient tools and crew leaders. For more info, contact Sarah at (970) 262-3449 (sslaton or Marge at (970) 468-4887 or

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