Rocky Mountain Conservancy and Rocky Mountain National Park will celebrate the third annual Colorado Public Lands Day by hosting a volunteer project in Rocky.
In May 2016, Colorado became the first state in the nation to establish a holiday recognizing the value of public lands within the state. Every year, the third Saturday in May is Colorado Public Lands Day celebrating the significant contributions these lands have to our state.
Help celebrate our state’s public lands alongside the Conservancy and National Park Service staff by participating in a litter clean-up in RMNP.
Who: People of all ages and abilities welcome!
What: Volunteer litter clean-up
Where: Beaver Point, Rocky Mountain National Park – Directions will be provided upon registration.
When: May 18th at 10:00AM – 12:00PM
Why: Celebrate Colorado Public Lands Day in RMNP
For more information contact Geoff Elliot at Geoff.Elliot@rmconservancy.org or (970)586-3262
Thank you to the wonderful volunteers who came out on Colorado Public Lands Day!
Alongside 31 volunteers the Conservancy and Rocky Mountain National Park celebrated Colorado’s public lands with a litter clean-up across from the Beaver Meadows Visitor Center.
In just two hours, the volunteers collected 51lbs of trash to help protect wildlife, preserve the natural ecosystems, and encourage others to pack out their trash.