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Did you know that snowpack is the West’s primary source of water? Are you curious about our current snowpack data? Do you want to explore a new part of our watershed?

Join us for a FREE snowshoe your to learn about about watershed science and Brush Creek Valley Ranch Open Space.

The amount of snow that covers our beautiful mountains is critical – not only for those incredible powder days, but the impacts it has far into summer, as well. Join the Watershed Council, Eagle County Open Space and Natural Resources Conservation Service for a snowshoe adventure at Brush Creek Valley Ranch Open Space to learn about snow science, snow’s connection to our summer flows and what our snowpack is looking like so far. Expect to learn about snow science, soil moisture and its relation to rivers, watch demonstrations and learn about the importance of open spaces for wintering wildlife and year-round river health.

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February 24 | 12-2 PM
Salt Creek Trailhead | Brush Creek Valley Ranch & Open Space, Eagle

Snowshoes are provided. Space is limited. Please email dilzell@erwc.org with questions.


Sign-up for: Watershed Immersions: Snow Science Hike