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CANCELED: Earth Day Native Plants Guided Walk

 04/22/2023  |  03:00 PM - 04:00 PM
  River's Edge Natural Area (960 W 1st St)  |  Registration Required

Guided Walk: Nature, Birding, History - Mixed Ages

Earth Day is a time to celebrate our natural world and all that lives with us. Celebrate the Natives - explore the native plants at River's Edge. Open Lands & Trails volunteers and partners will guide you in identification and give information about "Budburst." There are two native gardens and many other plants in the wetland and meadow areas nearby. Perfect introduction to native plants, along with some history of River's Edge Natural Area. Registration required. Be sure to check out the other fun activities we have scheduled for Earth Day (some require registration) which are scheduled as follows: 3-4pm Native plants guided walk (registration required) 3-5pm Craft tables open (registration recommended) 4-5pm Drum circle with Djembe Jive 5-6pm Family guided walk (registration required) 6-7pm Storytelling – stories of nature from Spellbinders

Minimum Participants: 6
Maximum Participants: 20

Registration is required for this activity. Click "register" to reserve your spot. You will receive a reminder and updates about this program. 

Programs often have wait lists, so if your plans change and you cannot attend, please click the "Remove" button to cancel your registration so others may attend. Thank you.



Michele Van Hare

Environmental Education & Open Lands & Trails Volunteer Coordinator

Open Lands & Trails

City of Loveland


500 E. Third St., Suite 200

Loveland, CO 80537

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Leader/Volunteer Info

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Clara K - ALL Volunteers

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Eldon G - Guest Speaker

I have spent most of my life in Colorado. I have a lifelong interest in nature as a photographer, an avid reader, a hiker (really an ambler), a student, and a teacher. I enjoy sharing nature with others and have been told that I make it easy and fun for my audiences. I have volunteered with the Open Lands and Trials Division since March 2018. I have volunteered as an instructor, trail host and guided walk leader. I am a Certified Interpretive Guide. I look forward to sharing time in Nature wit