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Discover Hall Ranch

 06/08/2024  |  10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  Hall Ranch  |  Registration Required

Natural History - Adults (Ages 13 & Older)

Come and discover Hall Ranch Open Space! Whether you have visited many times or this is your first, this program will reveal a Hall Ranch that you have never known. While taking a moderate 2-mile hike, we’ll tell stories, share fun facts, and explain the unique natural and cultural history of this open space property. You’ll use your powers of observation to interpret the natural environment at Hall Ranch.

Minimum Participants: 5
Maximum Participants: 25

Registration is required for this activity.


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Carlos Lerma
(303) 678-6214

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Gaia M - Volunteer Naturalist

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.


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Jennifer G - Volunteer Naturalist

I’ve lived in Boulder since 1982 ... drawn to the beauty and wide open spaces of the Rocky Mountains. I am grateful for the abundance of open space in Boulder County and want to help others to enjoy it as much as I have over many years. I’m especially interested in sharing insights about the diverse Boulder county life zones and the big picture of the natural systems that sustain our open spaces.


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Kathy K - Volunteer Naturalist

I grew up on a farm, working the fields and managing livestock. In college, I was introduced to the Colorado mountains by my husband, and we spent many years camping, hiking, backpacking, and exploring Colorado with friends, neighbors, and family. He encouraged my love of birds, flowers, trees, and native edibles, and I learned that I shared his passion for geology and paleontology. I spent 35 years in engineering and management, including work for the NSF, and remain an avid naturalist.


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Mary C - Volunteer Naturalist

In our busy working lives so many people lose contact with nature and its healing ways. I hope to inspire people of all ages to experience nature in a healthy and therapeutic way, to reduce their anxiety and form a bond with the outdoor world, to gain strength by learning from nature.


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