The Next Step

Well, I made it to the end. I feel like I have “kinda” figured out what I want to do. I enjoy teaching people about nature and different ways they can enjoy outdoor recreation. I hope that I can also be more involved with getting a variety of people outside. Read more…

Union Reservoir

So, on my last Longmont Inspire adventure, we took the kids to Union Reservoir to swim, paddle board, and kayak. It was a cloudy day, which I think prevented some of the kids from coming out with us that day, so we had a smaller group then expected. But this Read more…

Blanca Wetlands

This past week I visited our three interns from the Blanca Wetlands site. For those of you who don’t know, Blanca Wetlands is located near Alamosa, Colorado, which is about a four-hour drive (NOT including dreadful traffic), from Boulder. And even though both towns are surrounded by mountains, they are very different. Read more…

Programs!

  Thursday marked the first day of our Longmont Inspire programs. We finally collected 200 surveys (half of our original goal), which means we can start our pilot programs. We started off with gardening at Growing Gardens in Longmont. The kids got to walk around the garden and pick some Read more…

Red Rocks

If you are a big concertgoer, or just love nature, you have probably heard of Red Rocks Park and Amphitheater. What a beautiful gem. I have only been there a couple times and love it. This week I visited part of the park just to see where the picnic will be Read more…

Sustainability Fair

On Thursday, I had a table at the GSA Sustainability Fair. It was the first time I had visited the Denver Federal Center (DFC). It looked very official, and there are lots of buildings for each federal agency. I learned they have their own rental bikes for the DFC so they can Read more…