Take a leisurely walk along the first part of the Meyer’s Gulch trail with volunteer naturalists. We will experience a less-visited county open space, identify plants, enjoy the fall colors, from muted to brilliant, and talk about what makes this place unique, as summer transitions to winter. Total length of walk up to two miles with rolling terrain.Minimum Participants: 5
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I greatly enjoy exploring Boulder’s trails with family and friends. Retired from the Nature Conservancy, I’m excited to share my love of plants and the natural world through the Volunteer Naturalist program!
I am a lover of plants, a student of native plant gardening, an avid hiker and a retired psychologist. I've spent most of my adult life in Boulder learning this land while working at Counseling & Psychological Services at CU and teaching at CU and Naropa. I look forward to engaging with others in deepening our sense of connection to this awesome place, and in opening our senses to the land and water and plants and critters whose lives we are entangled with.
I'm a retired land planner, nurse and attorney. I have been interested in the natural world since elementary school, with a particular focus on native plants and ecosystems.