To celebrate the 50th Anniversary Act we are working hard this year to get more of our members patrolling in our four wilderness areas. To this end, we have initiated a Get Into Wilderness! program. The purpose of this program is to pair PWV volunteers who would like to overnight in the wilderness, but whose wilderness skills, equipment, or physical limitations are such that they don't feel comfortable going alone, with more experienced PWV volunteers who have offered to provide support for anyone who would like to go with them.

Read more: Get Into Wilderness Initiative


New Channel of the North Fork
The floods of September 2013 caused major damage to several trails in the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forest. The most severely damage trail was the North Fork trail. Much of the first two miles of the trail is gone and all six bridges were washed away. PWV has already started initial clean up by salvaging material from one of the bridges which may be used in the future.

Read more: PWV and the USFS Plan a Major Restoration Project

Poudre Wilderness Volunteers is excited to announce that renowned Colorado nature photographer John Fielder will be in Fort Collins to present a celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act through his stunning photography of Colorado's wilderness.  In partnership with PWV, this event is being hosted by Colorado State University's Warner College of Natural Resources on April 21 at the Griffin Concert Hall.

Read more: John Fielder Photography Presentation & Exhibit

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A couple of the articles are featured on the PWV Website Home Page



To celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Wilderness Act, Poudre Wilderness Volunteers, along with Colorado's best known nature photographer, John Fielder, have joined forces to publish a commemorative poster to honor each of the wilderness areas in Colorado with a spectacular picture.

Read more: 50th Anniversary Wilderness Act Poster

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