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Bobcat Ridge Natural Area, meet at the parking lot.
Walk with us every 3rd Tuesday of the month, May to August, to see what is in bloom and learn about native plants. 1-2 miles; easy. Free, registration required at naturetracker.fcgov.com

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8281 W. County Road 32C, Loveland, CO

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Summer is the season to welcome growth, longer days, and lots and lots of sprouting plants! Have you ever hiked at Standley Lake and asked yourself, I wonder if that flower is edible? Join, the Urban Forager, Kate Armstrong, to identify many wild edibles that you can add to your menu. You will not only discover what plants are edible, but also which ones to avoid!

Cost is $8 per person. All ages welcome. Class is limited to 40 spaces.

What to Bring: We highly recommend that you wear comfortable clothing/shoes for the weather, sunscreen, and bring water.

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100th Ave and Simms St, Westminster, CO
Location Details: The program will begin at the nature center which is located at 100th Ave and Simms St.

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Immerse yourself in the color, fragrance, and beauty of Hudson Gardens’ Rose Garden during its peak time of bloom. Rosarians from the Denver Rose Society will introduce you to the characteristics of the different varieties represented in the garden and provide suggestions for growing and caring for your own roses. There will be ample opportunities for questions and smelling the roses on this tour.

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Audubon Rockies Habitat Hero Coordinator, Jamie Weiss, helps spread the word on bringing conservation home, one garden at a time by promoting the plantings of habitat gardens that are water-wise and support wildlife. It’s National Pollinator week, and this timely talk will look at providing essential habitat for pollinators. A pollinator garden is an inviting place for people and wildlife and creates a positive impact on the environment. This class will cover plant selection, design and maintenance tips for creating a pollinator friendly garden.

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Find out how small steps can make a difference and save money at Westminster’s Earth Day Celebration. Presentations are scheduled to help you learn about the environment, save money, conserve resources and appreciate the beauty of our earth. Attain individualized information and advice. Enjoy the beautiful park, free giveaways, and food vendors throughout the day. Enter to win a tree, golf, recreation classes and other exciting prizes. For more information, call 303-658-2192 or contact pwright@cityofwestminster.us

What to Bring: Please wear appropriate clothing for weather and sunscreen.

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Location Details: The Earth Day event will be located at Westminster Center Park, which is across from the Westminster City Hall.

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Celebrate Earth Day by being part of a community volunteer project! Volunteers will be preparing the Nix Native Plant garden for spring including trimming bushes, spreading mulch and maintaining garden trails. Natural Areas will provide all project supplies, gloves and snacks. Volunteers under the age of 16 must be with an adult 18+. Registration is required on NatureTracker (you must login or create an account).

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1745 Hoffman Mill Road, Ft. Collins, CO

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The Earth Knack Gathering is an opportunity for the whole family to spend five fun-filled days learning to reconnect to the Earth in a practical and moving way. Our top-notch instructors will offer courses in skills that all our ancestors had a knack for. This once-common knowledge, aeons old, is quickly becoming lost as we trade "up" in technology. As we become more specialized, we lose sight of the simple pleasures of picking a fresh salad near a mountain stream, making a stone into a sharp tool, weaving a basket to carry our things, or creating beautiful clothing.

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Discover what scientists learn about hugging a tree! Experience the importance of trees amidst the fall foliage. For ages 6-10.

What to Bring: Sturdy closed shoes, jacket, water, binoculars, note book and pen, well-fitting backpack in which to keep it all

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3000 W Carson Drive, Littleton, CO
Location Details: Behind Aspen Grove shopping area. Convenient to light rail and c470.

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