Denver-born artist Michael J.Lynch has mastered the art of Plein Air painting and has taught the practice both domestically and internationally. Many of his pieces highlight the diversity of Colorado landscapes and depict western culture. Lynch’s signature landscape pieces have been featured in galleries worldwide for decades. One of his pieces entitled “April Tapestry” will […]
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Visit with Raptors at our 2017 Country Fair! Nature’s Educators, a non-profit based out of Sedalia, Colorado is dedicated to helping the wildlife and raptor populations by educating the public on the importance of protecting these populations. They do this by “creating unique ways to inspire and excite the public,” according to its website. Six […]
The whole country is set to experience a total solar eclipse on August 21 ranging from Oregon to South Carolina. The moon will completely cover the sun and allow for people to experience a rare phenomenon. It is an opportunity for millions of people to experience something as one big group. Such an event is […]
The Audubon Society of Greater Denver prides itself on the ability to engage people with the world outdoors. Society experts provide hands-on experiences to inspire people to respect nature and protect creatures big and small. Birds are one type of animal that the non-profit helps every year. Different species act as visual mascots for habitat […]
Join us as we welcome the Colorado Native Plant Society at the Trail Walk on 9/17/17. The 41-year-old environmental education coalition aims to further “the knowledge, appreciation and conservation of native plants and habitats of Colorado through education, stewardship and advocacy,” according to its website. CoNPS puts people face-to-face with plants that grow in open […]