Within the Cameron Peak burn scar area, a majority of the vegetation and trees are burned, which creates a hazard when combined with heavy rainfall and high elevation. SERVE 6.8 will be hosting two national disaster response teams: Church of the Highlands and Prepare and Respond. They will be serving the highest priority worksites with the most life safety issues and for mass impact, based upon criteria from the Watershed Coalition and Larimer County. These locations include: Crystal Mountain Rd, Big Bear Rd, and Moondance Way. The more volunteers we have, the greater impact we can make for these communities!
Our teams will be focused on mulching cut trees and spreading mulch throughout the burn area. Teams will meet at City Park Church at 7am, deploy to the mountain together, and then complete their work around 4pm. We will need volunteers with heavy equipment skills, heavy lifting, and the ability to work outdoors for 10-12 hours within the mountains. If you want to help but this work is outside of your skill level, you can join our hospitality team! Please sign up below if either opportunity sounds like a good fit for you!
Team members are needed to help with cooking and prepping meals, providing laundry services for work teams, site cleaning, airport pickups and drop offs, etc.
Unskilled Project Team
Skill Level Needed: Long Hours, Heavy Lifting/Bending Capabilities, Task: Moving and spreading mulch
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Questions or Concerns?
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