Where: Pineridge Natural Area When: May 20, 9:00a.m. - 11:00a.m., meet at the parking lot at Cottonwood Glen Park Accessibility: Program takes place on dirt trails, easy to moderate difficulty. Hike is approximately 1.4 miles long. Accessible bathrooms and water fountain available at Cottonwood Glen Park. If you have any questions or concerns about the accessibility of a program, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 970-416-2815 for more information. People with disabilities are welcome to participate in all programs and we are happy to make any appropriate accommodations. Requests for disability-related services can be made during registration through the activity contact or by calling 970-416-2815 at least 2 weeks prior to the start of the activity. What to Bring: Dress appropriately for the weather forecast. This hike has little to no shade. Bring sunscreen, a hat, closed-toe, sturdy shoes, and plenty of water. Program Description: Explore the blooms through the months, while learning about native and non-native plants. This includes the life history and uses for these prairie plants. Curious about what all of the different plants along the hike are called and how they benefit the environment? This is the hike for you!Maximum Participants: 15
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City of Fort Collins
Natural Areas Department
Public Engagement Specialist
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David was a High School Biology teacher in Appleton, WI for 34 years. He then worked as a part time seasonal University of Wisconsin Extension Horticulture agent for a decade and moved to Fort Collins in 2011. He is in his eleventh year of being a Naturalist Volunteer.