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  • May 13: RMF Board Meeting at 6:00 PM. Members are welcome to attend any board meeting. Check with a Board Member for the meeting location and/or agenda.
  • May 20: CO bugs
    Bruce Rosenthal talks bugs
    Fort Collins Water Fest
    Rocky Mountain Flycasters teams up with local school districts to present a cold water conservation game called “Who Eats Who at the Stream.” This interactive “game” introduces young students to cold water conservation concepts. It is great fun for students and presenters so find out more and sign up to take part. See Water Fests for more information and to take an active part in reaching these young people.
  • May 20: Annual Rocky Mountain Flycasters’ President’s Report and Trustee Elections.
    Annual President’ report and elections will be held. Our meetings take place at the Ft. Collins Senior Center, 1200 Raintree Drive. Social hour and a fly tying demonstration begin at 6:15, with the program at 7:00 pm.
     
    Rocky Mountain Flycasters was the tenth chapter authorized by Trout Unlimited, the nation’s largest coldwater conservation agency, and is more than thirty-five years old. Current chapter conservation projects include restoration of native Greenback cutthroats and scientific monitoring of local waters. Additional meeting information.
  • May 27: Fish Red Feather Lakes with Bob Green
    Take in this special opportunity to fish private lake in the mountain setting of Red Feather Lakes. Bring a float tube and look for big browns, rainbos, donaldsons, palaminos, and brookies. Contact Bob Green to reserve your spot.
  • May 29: Medina's Crossing Planting Day
    Medina Crossing
    Medina's Crossing work site
    Big Thompson Watershed Coalition will lead volunteers through a native plant planting day at Medina's Crossing, a city owned property that will be opened to the public once work is complete.
    This Earth Day event will be for Hach employees and RMF volunteers. It may be open to some general public volunteers as well, if desired. This planting day will take place at Medina's Crossing, a city property across from Namaqua Park in Loveland, CO. The site underwent a large river restoration project and still needs revegetation work. Volunteers will assist in the planting of native plants at the project site for approximately 3 hours on Earth Day 2020.
    Email Will Davis or phone (970) 800-1126 to volunteer.

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Note of the Day:

Are you a Sustaining Donor? The Rocky Mountain Flycasters/Trout Unlimited Chapter depends on your donations to carry out its mission of Protect, Reconnect, Preserve, Restore, & Sustain. Our page of Sustaining Donors lists those who have contributed $50 or more over the past calendar year. Is your name on the list? You can put it there.

Last updated on 06 Jan, 2020