Spruces, pines, firs, and junipers stay green all year round. Join volunteer naturalist on a moderate hike around the high country to look at some of the evergreen trees you can find in the area and what helps them live in in some of the harshest climates.Maximum Participants: 20
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I have had a life-long love of science, teaching, and the outdoors, so I'm very happy to serve as a Volunteer Naturalist. Geology and geophysics were my first fields of study. My working career included software development, leading a small educational nonprofit, and teaching high school science and computer science. I served as a Boy Scout leader and robotics coach, and hiked the Appalachian Trail from Georgia to Maine. In 2019 my wife and I retired and moved from Ann Arbor to Longmont.
I am a Colorado native who loves spending time in the great outdoors. I especically love hiking and running our trails and enjoying the native wildflowers.
I would be outside for almost any reason but particularly love gardening, hiking, sailing and skiing. I moved to CO from Wilmington, DE in 2021. Being a Volunteer Naturalist is the most wonderful opportunity to explore, learn and share this amazing environment with others.