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16th Annual Lefthand Canyon Cleanup Volunteer Project
« on: March 19, 2008, 08:05:58 am »

Coordinated By:
Colorado Off-Highway Vehicle Coalition (COHVCO)
Northern Colorado Trail Riders (NCTR) Rick McManaman (303)776-0711
Rocky Mountain Enduro Circuit (RMEC)
Trailridge Runners 4WD Club (TRR) Adam Mehlberg (970)669-6979
In Cooperation With: Boulder Ranger District, Arapaho/Roosevelt National Forest

Project Information
DATE: Saturday, April 26, 2008 TIME: 9:00am-12:00pm

LOCATION: Lefthand Canyon 4WD road, FDR286. Near Boulder CO.

Take US 36 North out of Boulder, Turn West on County Rd. 94 at Altona. FDR286 is on the North side of Cnty. Rd. 94 just as you enter Roosevelt National Forest

Project Details

(Please sign in near the dumpster at the main entrance to FDR286)
The annual Lefthand Cleanup is a coordinated event between the Boulder Ranger District of the Arapaho/Roosevelt National Forest and the recreation community.

The Cleanup involves the collection and removal of spent shells and targets at the lower section of the Lefthand 4WD road, and the collection and removal of the trash that is left in the first meadow above the 4WD road entrance. In past years we have removed abandoned vehicles, motorcycles, appliances, and a myriad of items used for target practice.

We welcome anyone who wishes to help clean up this area and put their efforts on the ground. Bring rakes, shovels, and gloves. Pick up trucks are always in demand to haul the filled trash bags down to the dumpster. The major work area is just off of County Road 94 as you start up FDR286 (walking distance). Bring your lunch and come spend the morning with us improving our public lands.

Besides the volunteers that donate their time, Western Disposal donates a large dumpster, delivered and retrieved from the cleanup site. A complementary lunch of hot dogs, chips, and soda will be provided by NCTR.

After lunch many of the participants will be enjoying the foothills around the project by hiking, mountain biking, motorcycling, or four wheeling in this multi-use area. Come spend the day. Thank you for your help.

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