Outdoor Heritage Day a great opportunity for youth to learn outdoors

Jim Davis, a student at Fruita Monument High School, loads some of the 1,200 fishing rods to be used at this year’s Outdoor Heritage Day later this month at Palisade’s Riverbend Park.



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Jim Davis, a student at Fruita Monument High School, loads some of the 1,200 fishing rods to be used at this year’s Outdoor Heritage Day later this month at Palisade’s Riverbend Park.

Saturday marks the fourth Outdoor Heritage Day, an event conceived by local District Wildlife Manager Frank McGee of the Colorado Division of Wildlife. It was grown from McGee’s initial…




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