Other topics that will be explored include: specific plant materials, weed management issues, habitat requirements for various types of wildlife, and human impacts on natural areas, as well as turning existing common areas and lawns into native grass.
Required Materials: Notebook, Pen, Layers & Appropriate Footwear for Field Work
*COFFEE, TEA, & SNACKS WILL BE PROVIDED; PLEASE BRING SACK LUNCH*
HPEC DIRECTOR, JIM TOLSTRUP, WILL GUIDE PARTICIPANTS THROUGH A STEP BY STEP PROCESS FOR RESTORING NATURAL AREAS INCLUDING: Inventory – assessing the ecological and cultural site conditions of the proposed natural area Identification – determining the primary landscape functions (aesthetics, water, wildlife and plant conservation) that are important to the project area Zoning – delineating the project area […]
UCHealth will be bringing its Donor Bus to the Rangeview Office Campus and will park in front of 2725 Rocky Mountain Avenue. It only takes 15-30 mins to donate and one blood donation can save up to three lives in northern Colorado. Signup here. If you have questions about your eligibility to donate just give […]
The first Food Truck Roundup of 2020 will take place on Thursday, March 19 from 11am-2pm. As always, the event will take place in the center of the Rangeview campus (between 2725 Rocky Mountain Ave and 2915 Rocky Mountain Ave) and will feature a variety of mouth-watering lunch options brought to you by NoCo’s best […]