1. Equinox Brewing Benefit for the House That Beer Built - BCTV No. 13

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    In this mini-webisode, I stopped by my favorite local brewery, Equinox, to watch the owner get dunked in a giant tub of Dunkelweizen. Why? To help raise money for The House That Beer Built - a Habitat for Humanity project that is helping build a home for a family that lost their home in the ferocious High Park Fire of 2012.

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    • Colorado Rising

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      from Amy Marquis / Added

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      In the summer of 2012, multiple fires roared through Colorado in what was one of the worst fire seasons in the state's history. New Belgium brewing exec Nathan Turner explains how those fires impacted the Poudre River that flows through his home in Fort Collins-- and how the state of the river, in turn, impacted his life, both at work and at home. Produced for Conservation Colorado's "Rebel With a Cause" annual gala, June 2013.

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      • The Depths of Winter: January and February Camera Footage at the Mariah Tree Farm

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        from Sarah Bayer / Added

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        Athough the depths of winter surrounded our study site, students still found some minor wildlife activity occuring. After sorting through camera data for the first time in this semester students found lots of false triggers due to snow and wind, but also found a few visitors passing though and utilizing the wildlife guzzler. As we look forward to the spring, we anticipate seeing an increase in activity, especially with the prospect of growth from the reseeding completed in the fall. Students Hannah, Cassidy, Emily, and Maddie creating this video.

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        • Replicating a High Park Fire Recovery Project: A Final Assessment

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          from Sarah Bayer / Added

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          As a final demonstration of their new biological knowledge and fire science, students in Polaris Expeditionary Learning's Biology class will be developing a restoration plan for an different site in the High Park Fire burn area as their final assessment for the course . Students will use their knowledge and understanding of ecological disturbances, succession, biology, and local resources to develop a restoration plan to help a local property owner that was impacted by the 2012 fire. Students used their knowledge and experience from their work on the Mariah Tree Farm (Redstone Canyon) to apply to a new restoration plan in Stratton Park.

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          • December 2012 Wildlife Camera Footage: Perfecting The Design

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            from Sarah Bayer / Added

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            After students installed three motion sensor wildlife camera's at the Mariah Tree Farm in Redstone Cayon, footage revealed that there was an abundance of Mule Deer Activity in the High Park Burn Area. Students will use this and other raw footage to analyze the placement and position of cameras, sensitivity settings, and other aspects that may need to be improved in the project. Students will then pass this and their research designs on to next semester's Biology Class that will pick up where they left off.

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            • December 7th Fieldwork: Documenting Recovery

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              from Sarah Bayer / Added

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              Students returned to the Mariah Tree Farm on a windy day to install several semi-permanant motion sensor and time-lapse cameras. Students also checked on the recently installed wildlife guzzler and accommodated access for smaller mammals. As they learned the ins and outs of installing the cameras, they learned about how to attract local wildlife and capture it on camera.

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              • A Snapshot of Time-lapse and Wildlife Photography

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                from Sarah Bayer / Added

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                Students Ethan, Matt, and Brendan put together a snapshot of their experience after reseeding the Mariah Tree Farm in November. Students returned to the burn site to check what has been happening with the time-lapse and motion sensor cameras that had been installed. Students also noticed some big changes to the landscape from erosion preventing logging and a wildlife guzzler that was installed to the natural spring. Join the students as they tell the story of the next chapter in developing their High Park Fire Research and Recovery Project.

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                • Time-lapse and Motion Sensor Camera Test

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                  from Sarah Bayer / Added

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                  Students returned to the burn site where they completed their restoration project and installed several motion sensor and time-lapse photography cameras. Students processed footage to see what changes were witnessed over the 16 day period to develop their research projects further. This video was created by students Bronte and Rachel.

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                  • POUDRE RUNOFF

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                    from Heather Rousseau / Added

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                    Black sludge coats Poudre River after High Park Fire. Video by Heather Rousseau

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                    • Jammin' Up the Poudre Music, Arts, and Fire Relief Benefit at the Mishawaka Amphitheater

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                      from Future Classik Productions / Added

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                      A recap of the Jammin' Up the Poudre Music Festival and Fire Relief Benefit_ 8-17-12 featuring: THE MAGIC BEANS, TTF, SUNSQUABI, ASTRONOMIX, Eminence Trio & House DJ: LanguageLove Creating music and art to help benefit the volunteer firefighters of the Poudre Canyon and victims of the High Park fire. A Future Classik Production

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