Photo: Removing a fence in Edwards |

Photo: Removing a fence in Edwards

Stephanie Scott | Special to the DailyKeelan Woodard, 11, left, and Jack Dodge, 11, help remove a 40-foot fence at the Woodard residence in Edwards last week. The fence, located in a key elk and mule deer wildlife corridor, was too high for migrating animals to cross. They were two of seven students from the Montessori School of Denver working on the project. The school has been partnering and developing a curriculum with Freedom to Roam, a coalition started by clothing company Patagonia, Inc. The curriculum, known as Kids for Corridors, has been integrated into the school to teach students about wildlife movement and migrations. To learn more, contact

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