2015 NATIVE PLANT
EDUCATIONAL FIELD TRIP
Learn plant Families & key Characteristics
MAY 15th-OUR 5TH ANNUAL CONFLUENCE FIELD TRIP
Explore the unique river canyon plant communities along the Dolores River Road between Bedrock and Uravan, CO.
This section of the canyon is home to the rare Astragalus linifolius (Grand Junction Milkvetch)
and the desert- steppe canyon Galium coloradense (bedstraw). What different flower species will
we add to our plant lists this year?
All DAY TRIP
NOTE! This class can
be moderately strenuous, requiring walking up
steep inclines, covering
up to 1/2 mile distance in typical Colorado varying weather conditions.
Instructors: Yvette Henson- SMB/CSU
County Extension Director
& Connie Colter- Native Plant
SIGN UP BEFORE MAY 11TH
For more details and to sign up call:
970-327-4393 OR (New email address)
If you want to be a Native Plant Master
or if you want to be on our email list, Email Mary or call our CSUE Office in Norwood 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
2015 Seedling Tree Program
The program is over for the 2014-2015 year except for those that need to pick up their trees. They will be available for pick-up May 7th, 9-6 pm and May 8th, 9-4pm at the SMC Event Center Breeze-way area. Contact CSU Extension office for details!
To be on a email list for notification about purchasing seedling trees
email Mary at firstname.lastname@example.org
phone our office at 970-327-4393.