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Wildlands Restoration Volunteers
3012 Sterling Cir, Ste 201, Boulder, Colorado 80301
Trained sawyers play an important role in restoration and trail projects. We use them to remove invasive species, thin dense «dog hair» stands for forest health, remove «hazard trees», remove fallen trees that block roads or trails, make log check dams for erosion control, and remove or limb trees for trail construction.
WRV is partnering with Larimer County Conservation Corps to provide this beginner chainsaw training course (S-212). Training will be facilitated by top notch instructors from Colorado Firecamp.
Upon successful completion of course and evaluation, you will receive an S-212 certificate of completion and a sawyer pocket card indicating your level of certification. This training is good for volunteers that have a career in the Natural Resources field or want to be, especially if they are interested in firefighting. You get all of this at a GREATLY discounted price!!!
Training consists of 4 mandatory days of classwork and fieldwork.
* Monday & Tuesday 9am — 5pm Classroom instruction in Fort Collins
* Wednesday & Thursday 9am — 5pm Full-day hands-on training at the Boy Scout Ranch near Red Feather, CO. Camping will be available.
ALL FOUR DAYS WILL BE REQUIRED, no exceptions.
YOU MUST PAY THE $225.00 ($200 for members) FEE BEFORE SECURING YOUR PLACE.
We hope you'll join us for our another year of volunteer chainsaw training at WRV!
To Register 'CLICK' the link under «Tickets Available»