Denver Sables were able to assist Gold Hill School in continuing their development of teaching conservation, understanding environmental needs, the positive role that hunting plays in wildlife education to preserve our hunting heritage, love of outdoors and respect of nature. With our funds to Gold Hill, they were able to go to buy an archery program, they were able to set up an archery course, and purchase needed equipment. They were able to purchase a Buffalo hide to be used in their year-long study of the importance of Buffalo to our history. They were also able to purchase a teepee and other skin rugs for the flooring. The funds helped in many hands-on field trips: Fishing at Walden Ponds, Watershed work at Four Mile Canyon (planting project and collecting invertebrates), week-long Mountain Man Survival Camp, and an end of the year camping trip to Sand Dunes National Park.