Boulder, Outdoors

Volunteers Needed: Boulder Open Space and Mountain Parks Needs Your Support!

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Want to get your hands dirty and help our community? Volunteer with OSMP! The City of Boulder is hosting a series of volunteer projects and they are looking for people who want to get involved. Here are the volunteer projects they have available: 


Trail Projects

  • Saturday, July 11
  • Saturday, August 29
  • Saturday, September 26

Forestry Projects – Forest Management:

  • Thursday, July 9
  • Thursday, July 23
  • Thursday, August 13
  • Thursday, August 27

Fencing Projects – Management of Tall Oat Grass with Cattle Grazing:

  • Tuesday, July 7th

Farm Projects – Agriculture Food Production:

  • 63rd Street Farm – Wednesday, July 29th
  • Dew Farms  – Wednesday, August  12th
  • 63rd Street Farms – Wednesday, September 23rd
  • Dew Farm  – Wednesday, October 27th

Seed Collection Projects – Restoration: 

  • Thursday, July 9th
  • Thursday, October 8th

To learn more and register for these opportunities go to https://bouldercolorado.gov/osmp/volunteer-program. Contact Kristin Weinberger atweinbergerk@bouldercolorado.gov or 303-413-7632 if you have questions. 

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Boulder, Outdoors

Boulder Open Space and Mountain Parks is Looking for Volunteers!

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Want to get your hands dirty and help our community? Volunteer with OSMP! The City of Boulder is hosting a series of volunteer projects and they are looking for people who want to get involved. Here are the volunteer projects they have available: 


Trail Projects

  • Saturday, June 6
  • Saturday, July 11
  • Saturday, August 29
  • Saturday, September 26

Forestry Projects – Forest Management:

  • Thursday, July 9
  • Thursday, 23
  • Thursday, August 13
  • Thursday, August 27

Fencing Projects – Management of Tall Oat Grass with Cattle Grazing:

  • Tuesday, June 16th
  • Tuesday, June 23rd
  • Tuesday, June 30th
  • Tuesday, July 7th

Farm Projects – Agriculture Food Production:

  • 63rd Street Farm – Wednesday, June 17th
  • 63rd Street Farm – Wednesday, July 29th
  • Dew Farms  – Wednesday, August  12th
  • 63rd Street Farms – Wednesday, September 23rd
  • Dew Farm  – Wednesday, October 27th

Seed Collection Projects – Restoration: 

  • Thursday, July 9th
  • Thursday, October 8th

To learn more and register for these opportunities go to https://bouldercolorado.gov/osmp/volunteer-program. Contact Kristin Weinberger atweinbergerk@bouldercolorado.gov or 303-413-7632 if you have questions. 

Outdoors, Real Estate

Star Gazing On Earth Day!

EarthHappy Earth Day! Interested in celebrating the earth and the stars? Join naturalist Dave Sutherland of Open Space and Mountain Parks for a trip to the stars with a telescope. There is a chance we may be able to pick out the polar caps of Mars, and watch the amazing dance of Jupiter’s four large moons. Then you will cruise around the sky to take in other deep sky wonders. Meet at Boulder Valley Ranch / Sage Trailhead.  Follow this link for a map to the meeting place.

Date: April 22, 2014

Time: 8:30 to 10:30pm

 

Boulder, Outdoors

How Did Floods Impact Our Environment? Head Out On The Changing Landscapes Hike Today at 1pm to Learn More

Open Space and Mountain Parks [OSMP] invites you to join them to hike the Upper McClintock trail and visit areas Flatironsaffected by the flood. OSMP will provide contemplative time to absorb the changes on the land, as well as a brief overview of these events from the perspective of natural geologic change. This is an easy hike, about 2 miles round trip with 400 feet of elevation gain. Meet at the Chautauqua Ranger Cottage. No dogs please.

Details: Sunday, March 9, 2014 . 1 to 3:30pm