Thank you Bristlecone Legacy Forest volunteers and donors |

Thank you Bristlecone Legacy Forest volunteers and donors

sa Armstrongdevelopment officerBristlecone Foundation

The June 5th planting day was a huge success thanks to our many donors and the volunteers who planted close to 1,000 seedlings around the county. This summer and fall a total of 1,800 seedlings will be planted in Summit County with 100 percent of the proceeds benefiting underinsured terminally ill and home health care patients in Summit County.A special thanks to our planting partners: Friends of the Dillon Ranger District, Summit County Open Space & Trails Department, The towns of Breckenridge, Dillon, Frisco, and Silverthorne and Keystone Resort and the Keystone Science School. Thank you to our many individual donors and volunteers and to our corporate supporters, media supporters, artists and musical supporters, the Legacy Forest Committee and the Bristlecone Foundation Board of Directors.

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