Colorado's "Let's Use That Snow" Project
This time of year is perfect for us to 'think green' and re-use what nature gives us annually. Make your own water from free snow. Avoid the yellow stuff, as this leads to inevitable cycling. Learn how to collect the right stuff, and what to avoid. Discover how to spot a Polar Bear without putting yourself at risk. Adam Blundell is the leading expert on this topic, and we are excited to have him speak to our members.
Admission free to all club members. Guests can pay $20 to attend, or can opt to haul heavy containers of snow or water to our vehicles in lieu of payment.
Buckets - for carrying water.
Hair dryer - for melting the snow of course.
1000' extension cord - for the above device.
Truck - for hauling the water.
... and a strong back, warm boots and a back country recovery team.
You will need to contact the Colorado Rocky Mountain Wildlife Association to obtain your permits. No more than ten 5 gallon buckets may be romoved in a 24hr period.
You are required to sterilize and purify your old water and return it to the area where you removed to snow from.
The latest details and weather reports can be found on marinecolorado.org