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WHAT WE DO

 

Cal-Wood has connected hundreds of thousands of kids and family members to the Colorado mountains through our environmental education programs, retreats, and, since 2020, through wildfire restoration, research, and education.

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SCHOOL PROGRAMS

K-12 students engage in environmental and science education during a 3-day, 2-night experience at Cal-Wood.

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SUMMER CAMPS

Campers spend a week learning about conservation and nature, hiking, camping, fishing, doing fire restoration projects, and singing around the campfire.

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LATINO FAMILY CAMPS

Latino families spend a weekend camping, learning about conservation, hiking, fishing, mountain biking, and campfire cooking at Cal-Wood and State/National parks, many for the first time.

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RETREATS

Cal-Wood’s remote and breathtaking setting combined with cozy accommodations and delicious food create a perfect atmosphere for an organizational retreat for 20 to 120 guests

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SCHOOL-AGE FAMILY PROGRAMS

This pandemic adaptation engages families of school-age kids through weekend residential programs at Cal-Wood.

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HIGH SCHOOL WILDFIRE RESEARCH PROGRAM

This 5-day residential field course for high school students engages students in authentic wildlife research over the summer.

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FIRE RESTORATION

The restoration of our land at Cal-Wood is going to be a 5-10 year process and will cost millions of dollars.

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WILDFIRE RESEARCH AND EDUCATION

Cal-Wood partners with universities and land management agencies on wildfire ecology, restoration, and mitigation research projects.