Published on Thursday, April 23 2015 17:32
In the wake of the non-native pest emerald ash borer being detected in the City of Boulder last fall, CSU Extension and Boulder County are teaming up to offer Boulder County property owners a free replacement tree seedling for an ash tree on their property. The seedling give away will take place Saturday, April 25, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. (or while supplies last), at Boulder County Clerk & Recorder’s Office (1750 33rd Street, Boulder) and at the Boulder County Fairgrounds (9595 Nelson Road, Longmont).
Four varieties of trees will be available for pickup. Field experts will be on hand to assist property owners in their decision on which of the four varieties of seedlings would be best on their property and to answer questions about emerald ash
Published on Thursday, April 23 2015 16:12
In the month of May, visitors to the Audubon Nature Center (located at 11280 South Waterton Road) have the unique opportunity to watch research in action while seeing warblers, sparrows, woodpeckers, thrushes, and other songbirds at Rocky Mountain Bird Observatory’s bird banding station.
“The bird banding station is unlike any other encounter with wildlife that I have experienced in my career” according to Community Outreach Coordinator, Kate Hogan. “To have this unique and personal encounter with wild song birds is an
Published on Thursday, April 16 2015 12:35
The University of Colorado Museum of Natural History and the University of Colorado Facilities Management-Outdoor Services will be hosting their annual Spring Tree Walk, lead by Vince Aquino, Facilities Management Operations Arborist, and joined by Alan Nelson, retired Grounds Department Supervisor. To accommodate
Published on Thursday, April 16 2015 12:39
Douglas Bamforth, Ph.D., an anthropologist at the University of Colorado-Boulder, will give the Archaeological Institute of America sponsored free lecture, “What Is A Hunter-Gatherer? On the Cusp of Maize Farming in
Published on Thursday, March 26 2015 22:54
By Garima Fairfax
The Ecology Board is pleased with the success of its recent community movie “Open Sesame – The Story Of Seeds.” Approximately forty interested residents showed up for the documentary shown at the Lyons Farmette last Friday evening. Steve Simms, Chairman of the Ecology Board