15 YEARS LATER…
Ever been curious about what happens to a forest after a wildfire? Come explore the site of the 2002 Hayman fire, the largest recorded fire in Colorado history. See firsthand the surprising state of recovery as well as consequences on native plants, watershed conditions and ecology. Your guide will be Milt Robinson, formerly with the U. S. Forest Service and Denver University. Saturday, June 24, 9 AM to 1 PM.
To learn more and to register, go to: https://npm.eventbrite.com.
Interested in becoming a certified Native Plant Master volunteer? Learn more at www.conativeplantmaster.org or call 303-271-6621. For research-based information on 1,000+ Colorado plants, see http://coloradoplants.jeffco.us. Extension programs are available to all without discrimination.
Thank you for connecting with Colorado State University in Jefferson County. My work schedule is Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday each week. Learn more at http://npm.eventbrite.com, www.nativeplantmaster.org, http://coloradoplants.jeffco.us and www.ext.colostate.edu or contact us at 15200 W. 6th Avenue, Unit C, Golden, Colorado 80401, 303-271-6621; Fax 303-271-6644. Extension programs are available to all without discrimination.
Native Plant Master Assistant – Native Plant Master® Program
Colorado State University Extension, Jefferson County