Would you like to learn how to distinguish
natives from noxious weeds?
Learn Identification, human and ecological relationships about Native Plants.
Have you always wanted to learn how to identify the beautiful plants that grow in nature? Would you like to learn more about using them in your landscape?
Attend our local Native Plant Classes.
May 18-Confluence of the
Dolores and San Miguel Rivers near Uravan, Colorado
Time: 9-4 pm, All Day Field Trip
Register before May 10th
July 12, 19, 26-Lizard Head Trail
3 Sessions, consecutive Fridays
Time: 8:30 am-12:30
Cost: $90 for all 3 sessions**
Register before June 1st
FYI- Lizard Head Pass is located approximately 20 mi. S of Telluride on Hwy 145 . More details, driving directions, meeting place/time to follow.
Bring water, lunch, sunscreen, hat raincoat, and magnifying lens!
(**This course can go towards earning a Native Plant Master Certificate.)
Fill out registration and return to our office with payment to reserve your spot in the course. Class size if limited. Email Mary or call our office at 970-327-4393 for more information. Find out what's blooming and learn more about some of your favorite plants in Colorado with a handy new tool, the Colorado Plant Database.
Also the Colorado Native Plant Master Program is found at: www.conativeplantmaster.org