Check out the 2018 Season Slideshow HERE!
Conservation Programs Blog
After each season, the Rocky Mountain Conservancy compiles reflections from crew members, data about work completed, and photos of the season to create End-of-Season portfolios for the Conservation Corps and High School Leadership Corps. These portfolios provide a glimpse into the experience these program provide and the valuable work the crews complete. Check out the […]
On National Public Lands Day, the Rocky Mountain Conservancy hosted 32 volunteers for a litter clean-up at Beaver Point in Rocky Mountain National Park (just outside the Beaver Meadows Entrance). In less than two hours, volunteers collected over 160 lbs of trash from the area. This included construction materials, vehicle parts, abandoned camping gear, cigarette […]
The Conservation Corps season may be over, but that doesn’t mean the Conservancy has wrapped up its field season! Today, Conservancy staff and local volunteers joined the Rocky Mountain National Park Wildland Fire Crews to complete some fire fuels reduction. The project was organized on the National Day of Service and Remembrance to honor the 9/11 […]
The Corps season wrapped up just over two weeks ago. As we clean gear to put it away for the season, we have the chance to look back and remember all of the trails maintained, structures restored and built, and lives changed. Take a moment to check out some of these highlights from the season! […]
In 2018, we celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the National Trails Act. This piece of legislation established the National Scenic and National Recreation Trails System, a network of long-distance trails extending more than 100 miles. These include the Appalachian National Scenic Trail, the Oregon National Historic Trail, and the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail (which […]