Adventures in the Life of a Field Ecologist

A Virtual Presentation with Dr. Chris Ray, CU-Boulder Ray has been out in the field capturing pikas and counting birds among other things. Adventure is a word that includes triumphs and mishaps of any fieldwork. She will entertain us with some of the ups and downs of...

Amazing Alice Eastwood

A virtual presentation with Dr. Steve Ruskin When Alfred Russel Wallace, the co-author with Charles Darwin on the theory of evolution, came to Colorado in 1887, he wanted an expert to guide him to alpine plant locations. Alice Eastwood (1859-1953), the self-taught...

Colorado’s Highest Webinar

Have you ever wondered how the 58 fourteeners you have climbed got their names? Author Jeri Norgren has some pretty interesting answers in their new book.  Betty Ford Alpine Gardens invites you to an intimate evening with Jeri and Colorado photographer John...

WEBINAR -Are Alpine Plants and Animals on the Same Page?

The Effects of Global and Regional Climate Change on Wildflowers and Animals in the Colorado Rocky Mountains Dr. David Inouye of the Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory will share his research on how global and regional climate change has affected wildflowers and...

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