WE DO WHAT WE DO SO YOU CAN DO WHAT YOU LOVE!
If you love to fish, hike, photograph wildlife, bird watch, camp or hunt including preserving the habitat that makes all of this possible in the state of Colorado, then you've come to the right place!
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CWF's Becoming an Outdoors Woman workshop Aug. 25-27, 2017 [2018 workshop 7/27-29]
Showy Milkweed - a host plant for Monarch Butterflies
Fly fishing clinic at CWF's Becoming an Outdoors Woman workshop
CWF teaching campers pond ecology at Lowell Ranch
Browns Canyon National Monument
CWF participates with NWF to certify backyard habitat gardens
We Do What We Do So You Can Do What You Love!
CWF Student Chapter manages booth at Bighorn Sheep Fest, Georgetown
Pronghorn in South Park, Colorado - see South Park under Programs
CWF's student chapter at Metropolitan State University of Denver remove Russian Olive trees (noxious weeds) at South Platte Park - Carson Nature Center -organized by CWF board member Ashley Rust and South Suburban Parks and Recreation D
CWF board chair and president Kent Ingram catching and releasing on the Upper Colorado River. Go to www.coloradowildlife.org homepage to read about our projects.
CWF student chapter at Metro State University of Denver remove invasive weed buckthorn near Carson Nature Center. Project organized by CWF board member Ashley Rust and South Suburban Parks and Recreation
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