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Volunteers were awesome

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What an amazing response we had for the tree maintenance workday along Auburn Ravine with over 150 volunteers. Our eager team completed hand weeding and gas weed eating, irrigation repair and mulching. This event was organized by Dry Creek Conservancy and the Lincoln Open Space Committee in collaboration with The Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, and Lincoln Rotary. Also in attendance were Gulfstream, Newcastle School and other individual family and friends of the environment. We would like to thank our team leaders, Jason and Roger Goss, Geri Holland, Sue Flannigan, Gregg Bates, Paul Denzler, Joan Brant-Love, Bill and Sally Covington, and Penny Williams. A huge thank you goes out to The Church of Latter Day Saints, who had over 120 volunteers attending and Eddie Ojeda for his continued support of our project. This project is part of an ongoing effort to improve habitat for fish and other wildlife along Auburn Ravine by reducing bank erosion, re-vegetating the riparian corridor and removing barriers to fish migration, as well as beautifying the area for visitors to the Lincoln park. Cammie Vargas Morales, Lincoln