March 14, 2012
The Fourmile Fire that took place in September of 2010 has left behind a damaged landscape that several volunteers are working hard to replenish. Ingram Gulch is an area that was drastically affected by this fire and volunteers are placing most of their effort on its rehibilitation.Their main mission is to revive the area through the planting of several trees. Volunteers are hopeful that the plantation of these trees will inhibit the "erosion threat".
Ann Rhodes and Maki Iatridis are the Vice Chairs of the ABA 1,000,000 trees project and are seeking project money as well as volunteers to help with this environmentally ambitious project. Adam Lewis is also an attorney working on this case to revive the damaged area of Ingram Gulch.
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