March 14, 2012

Our Territory

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RFOV works on public lands from Aspen to Glenwood Springs, and from Rifle to Glenwood Canyon

We engage citizens of the Roaring Fork regional community in the stewardship of public lands.  We’ve built and maintained remote, high-elevation trails on Forest Service and BLM lands as well as trails that connect to our valley communities. We’ve planted wetlands and removed invasive species from open space and riverbanks throughout the Roaring Fork, Crystal, Fryingpan and Colorado River valleys.


[one_half_last]Each year, we create volunteer opportunities for trail work and conservation projects throughout the regional community. It’s a great way to meet new people, learn new skills, and enjoy the wonderful variety of our public lands.

Know a trail that needs some work? Let us know!


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