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Professional foresters will be on hand to help kids plant trees, answer questions about growing trees and give tips on preparing for emergencies at The Crystal Fire: Let’s Get Growing event on Saturday, May 12 starting at 9 a.m. at 1758 Wildsong Road, west of Horsetooth Reservoir.
Deb and Dennis Pedersen, whose home was destroyed during the Crystal Fire last April, and their Moody Park neighbors are hosting a celebration to thank the community for its generosity and support after the devastating fire.
In addition to tree planting, there will be a variety of educational activities for kids of all ages.
Volunteers from the following organizations will be on hand:
· Colorado State Forest Service
· Society of American Foresters
· Larimer County Tree Farmers
· Project Learning Tree
· Colorado Division of Wildlife
· United States Forest Service
· Larimer County Emergency Services
· Rist Canyon Volunteer Fire Department
This is the perfect opportunity for you to get to know the experts and let them get to know you!