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Conservation



All participants in High Adventure Treks are required to participate in three hours of conservation work during the trek. Typically the for mat is 1 hour of orientation and 2 hours of labor. Projects range from trail building to forest thinning to clearing of brush. The location of this activity varies year to year depending on the needs of the ranch. In 2004 a new trail to Black Mountain was built from Beaubien this work continued in 2006. In 2006 the meadow at Cimarroncito was reclaimed by thinning less desirable trees. These both represent multi year efforts.
Dan Beard
Conservation Project at Dan Beard - Removing Bull Thistle
Ponil
Conservation at Ponil Conservation at Ponil
Cimarroncito
Conservation Work at Cito Cutting & Stacking at Cito Conservation at Cito Cutting & Stacking at Cito Thinning the trees in the meadow at Cito Safety briefing at Cito Cutting & Stacking at Cito Conservation briefing at Cito Conservation at Cito Conservation at Cito Conservation work at Cito Conservation work at Cito Woodpiles at Cito Conservation at Cito Conservation Work at Cito Safety briefing at Cito
Beaubien
Conservation at Bonia Peak Conservation at Bonia Peak Conservation at Beaubien Conservation at Beaubien Conservation at Bonia Peak
On the trail
Conservation Work on the Middle Fork near Hunting Lodge Conservation Work on the Middle Fork near Hunting Lodge Conservation Work on the Middle Fork near Hunting Lodge Conservation Work on the Middle Fork near Hunting Lodge