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Rocky Mountain Region

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Walk for Wilderness Locations

 

 

Colorado
> Aspen
> Boulder
> Durango
> Evergreen
> Frisco
> Ft. Collins
> Granby
> Gunnison
> Steamboat
> Vail

South Dakota
> Rapid City

Wyoming
> Buffalo
> Saratoga
> Sheridan

 

Colorado:

Aspen, Colorado

Event & Date: Walk for Wilderness, September 25, 2004.

Location: Ashcroft Historic Townsite to Pine Creek Cookhouse (1.4 miles one way).

Partners: Wilderness Workshop, White River Interpretive Association and Aspen RD.

Activities: Keynote speakers, music, food, and wilderness info booths.

Contact: Dave Reed or John Emerick 970-544-0733, Lynne Mace 970-925-3445, Martha Moran 970-925-3445, mmoran@fs.fed.us

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Boulder, Colorado

Event & Date: Wilderness Events, July 29, 2004.

Location: Boulder theater.

Partners: Boulder RD, Women for Wilderness, LNT.

Activities: Keynote speakers and wilderness info booths.

Contact: Glen Cook, 303-541-2521, gkcook@fs.fed.us

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Durango, Colorado

Event & Date: Wilderness Events, Aug. 20, Sept. 7, and Sept. 9, 2004.

Location: Weminuche Wilderness and Abbey Theatre.

Partners: SJMA, CEC, SJCA, Ft. Lewis College and SJNF.

Activities: Keynote speakers and wilderness info booths.

Contact: Kathe Hayes, SJMA, 970-247-4874, khayes@fs.fed.us

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Evergreen, Colorado

Event & Date: Walk for Wilderness, September 18, 2004.

Location: Bergen Park to Evergreen Lake House, 5 miles.

Partners: The Wilderness Society, Sierra Club, VOC, CMC and Safeway.

Activities: Keynote speakers, live music and wilderness info booths.

Contact: Ralph Swain, Reg. Office, 303-275-5058,email: rswain@fs.fed.us

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Frisco, Colorado

Event & Date: Wilderbash, June 3, 2004.

Location: Frisco, Colorado.

Partners: USFS and Friends of the Eagles Nest Wilderness.

Activities: Keynote speaker (Steve Smith, TWS) and wilderness info booths.

Contact: Cindy Ebert, Dillon RD, 970-., Maryann Gaug, 970-468-6219

Or www.fenw.org

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Ft. Collins, Colorado

Event & Date: Wilderness Events, July 27, 2004.

Location: TBA.

Partners: Poudre Wilderness Volunteers and Canyon Lakes RD.

Activities: Keynote speakers and wilderness info booths.

Contact: Kevin Cannon, 970-498-2719.

Email: kcannon@fs.fed.us

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Granby, Colorado

Event & Date: Walk for Wilderness, Granby, CO, September 6, 2004.

Location: Snow Mountain Ranch, YMCA, 10 AM.

Partners: Grand County Wilderness Group, YMCA and FS.

Activities: Keynote speakers and wilderness info booths.

Contact: Roger & Joan Shaw, GCWG, 970-726-4626, shawrwa@kymtnhi.com

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Gunnison, Colorado

Event & Date: Walk Celebration, October 1 st and 2nd, 2004.

Location: Wilderness speakers, slide show, Wilderness Expo. and agency

guided hikes in Wilderness.

Partners: USFS, NPS, BLM, WCIA, HCCA and Elk Mtn. Hikers Club.

Activities: Keynote speakers (Roderick Nash and John Fielder) and

Wilderness skills expo.

Contact: Kai Allen, 970-642-4417, email: kai-uwe allen@fs.fed.us

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Steamboat, Colorado

Event & Date: Wilderness Events, mid-September, 2004.

Location: Steamboat Park.

Partners: Friends of the Wilderness, Yampatika and the FS.

Activities: Keynote speakers and wilderness info booths.

Contact: Jon Halverson, 970-870-2240, jhalverson@fs.fed.us

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Vail, Colorado

Event & Date: Wilderness Events, September 12, 2004.

Location: Vail bike path, 3 miles.

Partners: Local partners.

Activities: Keynote speakers and wilderness info booths.

Contact: Beth Boyst, Holy Cross RD, 970-827-3168, bboyst@fs.fed.us

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South Dakota :

Rapid City, South Dakota

Event & Date: Walk for Wilderness, Saturday, August 28, 2004.

Location: Rapid City walking path, approx. 1 mile ending at The Journey

Museum.

Partners: Black Hills NF and SD Grasslands Wilderness Coalition,

Sierra Club, SD. Wildlife Federation,

Campaign for America’s Wilderness and

The Wilderness Society.

Activities: Speakers and wilderness information stations.

Contact: Heather Moriah, Sierra Club, 605-342-2244, or Rick Hudson, 605-673-9239, email: rlhudson@fs.fed.us

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Wyoming:

Buffalo, Wyoming

Event & Date: Walk for Wilderness, August 28, 2004.

Location: Buffalo City Park, 3 miles.

Partners: Powder River RD and the Cloud Peak Chapter of WW.

Activities: Keynote speakers and wilderness info booths.

Contact: Karen Ferguson, CPCWW, 307-684-1255, or Rob Davidson, 307-684-9045 and Craig Cope, 307-684-9852, cccope@fs.fed.us

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Saratoga, Wyoming

Event & Date: Wilderness Events, September 3, 2004.

Location: Forest Service office.

Partners: Wyoming Wilderness Association and FS.

Activities: Wild By Law video showing

Contact: Sara Evans, Brush Creek RD, 307-326-2508, saraevans@fs.fed.us

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Sheridan, Wyoming

Event & Date: Walk for Wilderness, July 3, 2004.

Location: Sheridan Park, 4 miles.

Partners: Wyoming Wilderness Association and USFS.

Activities: Keynote speakers and wilderness info booths.

Contact: Liz Howell, WY Wilderness Association, 307-672-2751 or Cheri Jones, 307-674-2652, email: cjones@fs.fed.us

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For further information, contact: Ralph Swain, R2 Wilderness Program Manager, 303-275-5058.

 



 






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