Volunteer opportunities frequently come up on short notice. We would like to reach out to the CCTU chapter membership and sign up a list of people that would like be contacted when volunteer opportunities appear quickly. Frequently these events happen on weekdays and they often require carrying, lifting, scrambling up and down stream banks or […]
That’s right, there’s a YouTube Channel for the Cutthroat Chapter. Put together by Brian Young and George Franklin (thanks guys), the channel will feature videos from our events and fishing trips. Please check it out by following this link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCO1z28Pg09DweF6RJ5jmzWg
In spite of a snowy start, over a dozen CCTU members and friends were ready to work with the City of Lakewood to help restore neglected lower Bear Creek on April 22. As the sun broke out into a beautiful spring day we helped Lakewood Rangers plant 700 saplings of native dogwood, chokecherry, and plum […]
Long-time Denver Post Outdoors Editor Bob Saile, passed away on January 16. CCTU member Ray Nagashima was Bob’s opthamalogist and friend for many years, and asked that all chapter members remember Bob for the kind of man he was, and for what he did for the Colorado outdoors. From helping stop the Two Forks Dam, […]
Congratulations to Bill Wiebesiek, the CCTU Conservationist of the Year for 2016. Bill has been a Cutthroat Chapter member for over five years, and highly active on nearly all of our conservation projects during that time. In addition to participating in all of the big conservation events of 2016, Bill is an active member of […]
The Conservation Team would like to thank all those Cutthroat Chapter members who shared their thoughts in the recent Survey Monkey Conservation Survey. We are currently in talks with our partners in an attempt to tailor the 2017 conservation projects according to your preferences. A big thanks to chapter members who have helped in past […]
The Trail Creek area was swept clean of vegetation by the 2002 Hayman Fire. As a result of the fire that creek continues to transport harmful silt to the South Platte River. That river is our CCTU home water and we feel obligated to help it heal. On August 20, 2016 ten members of CCTU volunteered to […]
2016.07.25 CUSP thankyou1
2016.07.25 CUSP thankyou2
Here is a little summary of our last conservation project on July 23. with the Coalition for the Upper South Platte.
Thank you to the thirteen volunteers who worked very hard on a hot day to eliminate the Musk Thistle, Canada Thistle and Mullen population along the road and river bank from the […]
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This year, for the 2nd Half fundraising program, CCTU is offering a simple, easy new way to fund chapter projects and win fantastic prizes.
Pay $120 (check or credit card) and receive one ticket for a chance to win one of 10 great prizes, totaling nearly $5k in value. […]
On a beautiful Saturday June 4th morning eight members of CCTU and four members of CUSP (Coalition for the Upper South Platte) met at Deckers to finish the Gill Trail Maintenance project begun last year. We concentrated on the first half mile of the upper trail, and when all said and done we had accomplished […]