This has been a great multi-year habitat project that has spanned 5 different phases so far, and the Colorado State Chapter-NWTF has been involved in every phase.  Kim Woodruff (CPW DWM/Biologist) has spearheaded this effort with the CPW, NWTF and many other organizations.  Kim is also an active committee member with the Top of the World Chapter in Salida.

This project has been a hydro-axe & hand thinning project on primarily Pinyon-Juniper treatments to thin out stands, reduce fuel hazard and benefit big game & wild turkeys within GMU’s 57, 58 & 86. 

Phase I: 265 acres North of Howard, CO 

Phase II & III: 500 acres in Sand, Bear, Pole, and Kiln Gulch 

Phase IV: 234 acres in McCoy Gulch 

Phase V: 250 acres in Racepath Gulch near Cotopaxi, CO