Valley Floor Living Classroom Launches May 22, 2018

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High school students and adults are invited to participate in hands-on science on the Valley Floor through a free and open-to-the-public series of classes kicking off Monday, May 22, 2018.

The Valley Floor Living Classroom (VFLC), a summer-long series covering a range of topics on the biotic and abiotic communities of the Valley Floor, offers in-depth, educational tours and provides the opportunity for participants to engage in rigorous citizen science. High school students and adults are invited to participate in this hands-on science through a free and open-to-the-public series of classes held on the Valley Floor.

May 22, 2018  9AM-1PM
Explore Telluride’s changing forest landscapes with Colorado State University Professor, Dr. Jason Sibold.
The field trip will meet at the  the San Miguel Country Store (Shell Station), located at 1982 CO Hwy 145.  Participants should pack a sack lunch and plan for light to moderate hiking. For more information contact Elizabeth Stuffings at (970) 708-8330.

Join us this summer for the Valley Floor Living Classroom 2018 hikes, which will be geared for high school age to adults. There will be a different focus each month, starting with forest health on May 22, water quality on June 20, a fen study in July (date TBA), and a birding and wildlife hike on August 7.

 

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