Students from Denver Indian Center’s Native Workforce program have been working with the Blanco Ranger District to reroute the Lost Creek Trail. The crew moved the Lost Creek Trailhead 1/4 mile to the east end of the parking area. The new section climbs through the aspen, avoiding a boggy area near the stream. (Standing, left to right) Robert Benally, Michael Chapa, Jason Francis, Carlos Perez, Eileen Masquaat, Gabe Chapa, Wiyaka Pomarleau, Dyami Watchman, Derek Brown, Kasey Cox, Lynn Lockwood, (front row, left to right) Tashyna Gutierrez, Lost Creek mascot “Kubwa,” Sid Kabotie, Donald Little Thunder and Keenan Walter.courtesy photos
MEEKER — Colorado Division of Wildlife, Bureau of Land Management White River Field Office and the White River National Forest Blanco Ranger District are ready to begin work on the Oak Ridge prescribed burn.
The U.S. Forest Service office in Meeker will host an open house Thursday, May 19, between 4 and 7 p.m., to discuss the White River’s new travel management plan.