Students from Gannett Peak Elementary School in Lander spent one recent morning re-seeding a portion of the burned area from last summer's Fairfield Fire in Sinks Canyon. Volunteers are now being sought to help with two other projects there. (Popo Agie Conservation District photo)

(Lander, Wyo.) – The Popo Agie Conservation District is seeking local volunteers to help with several habitat restoration and watershed protection projects in Sinks Canyon where the Fairfield Fire burned the canyon’s north wall last year.

Two events have been planned, including planting of native shrubs and trees on May 10th, and then treating invasive weed species on June 24th.

Persons interested in helping or seeking additional information on the projects are asked to RSVP the district at 332-3114.

Popo Agie Conservation Distirct.

Popo Agie Conservation Distirct.