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Kendra Fuller - Blue River Watershed Group
Jul 27, 2021 12:00 PM
Blue River Watershed Group

Please join us for a live presentation from Kendra Fuller, Executive Director of the Blue River Watershed Group on the state of our watershed and how we can become involved.  Her Bio is as follows: 


Kendra earned a degree in Architectural Engineering from Cal Poly and soon after joined a field research and trail building crew in the Salmon-Challis National Forest. During her time on the forestry team, Kendra learned just how heavily managed these remote and wild places actually are. This sparked her desire to share her passion for the environment with others. Following this interest, Kendra became a director and facilitator of outdoor environmental education. After a decade of teaching and directing environmental programs her passions evolved around water management. Adventures throughout Colorado showed her a need for increased aquatic habitat restoration and water monitoring. In April, Kendra joined Blue River Watershed Group with the goal of implementing positive change for the local river. She is beyond excited to become a steward of her local watershed. In her free time, you will find Kendra hiking, biking, and skiing through Summit County’s beautiful trails and open spaces.  Please feel free to contact her at: 

Past Speakers
Weekly Meeting
Jul 20, 2021 12:00 PM
Club Business & Budget Review
Having fun together for the 4th of July Parade in Breckenridge!  While promoting our annual Shot Ski fundraiser, we also really enjoy spending time together.  A big part of being a Rotarian is the networking and meeting other great service-minded people from around the world!
Breckenridge Mountain Rotary members had to get a little creative this year for Colorado Gives Day!  Since we couldn't host our annual gathering of the local non-profit organizations that we support, we went out and delivered checks "2020 Style" with some fun physical distancing.  We really appreciate the work that these non-profits do throughout the year to help make our community stronger and support the same great things as Rotary.  It's very exciting to take this moment to give back to them and help them continue this great work.
We were so excited to have a great turnout (our max of 8 people) for this year's trail building day with Friends of Dillon Ranger District (FDRD).  Lizzie & Doozie (from FDRD) led our two small groups in repairing two "turnpikes" and installing drainage dips to help improve the water flow on the Horseshoe Gulch trail off Tiger Road.  This was their first volunteer effort this year, and we were able to safely distance or work within our own household "bubbles" throughout the day.
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