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Outdoor events

The Roaring Fork Outdoor Volunteers will be completing the Wulfsohn Trail in Glenwood Springs on Saturday, September 27. This project will finish constructing the new Wulfsohn Trail above Glenwood Meadows Shopping Center. Volunteers have completed about 2/3 of this two-plus mile trail. This year we’ll complete the east and west access, and reconstruct a boggy area.

The RFOV will continue the effort to remove the non-native and invasive Tamarisk plants from the banks of the Colorado River on the Town of Silt’s island in the Colorado River on Saturday, October 11. This is the largest remaining patch of Tamarisk between Rifle and Glenwood Springs. And this project will cap another year for the RFOV.

Hi Country 4 Wheelers are having their monthly meeting on Wednesday, October 1, at the Rancho Viejo Restaurant in West Glenwood Springs. Meeting time is at 7 p.m.

Submissions: Submit any outdoor related activities you want people to know about to jgardner@postindependent.com

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