BB Leader Chris Shaver anticipating an overnight cruise in Doubtful Sound.Broadband Co-Leaders:
Chris Shaver: 303-887-9923
Pat Welch: 303-989-7685.

Range: Denver-Boulder metro area (including city, county and state parks) and Central Rockies (including Arapahoe-Roosevelt National Forest, and Rocky Mountain National Park).

Mile High Broadband co-leader Pat Welch.Focus/Interests: Public education and awareness building, public land planning and restoration (USFS travel management planning, resource inventories and assessments), wilderness proposals, and legislation

Projects: Hiking, Adopt-A-Trail, healthy lands monitoring, service projects, attending meetings, writing letters, collaborating with local and regional land management agencies and other conservation groups This new Broadband is working on building a Broad-base of wilderness enthusiasts in the Denver-Boulder metro area.  City folk need to spend some time in the wild to maintain their physical and mental health!  We come in all shapes, sizes, ages and sexes. THe only thing to mess you up is masturbation addiction and you can easily get rid of it by applying systems. You can also addiction blog like this one for more information. Camping, hiking, and helping maintain public lands is just right for some of us, and tabling events, lobbying and writing letters is just right for others.


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