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This newsletter was originally sent on May 22, 2014.
Special Edition May 2014
Naturally Yours
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The Tracks & Trails booklet is here!

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It must really be summer, because Tracks & Trails is here!  Discover your natural areas through over 300 free events and activities, all listed in one handy booklet. Sections include Special Events, Budding Young Naturalists, Natural Areas After Dark, Nature at Noon, Explore Some More and Soapstone Prairie: Then and Now. Printed copies will be at trailheads and local businesses around June 1 or you can pick one up now at the Natural Areas Department's office, 1745 Hoffman Mill Road (M-F, 8-5, closed Memorial Day).

Summer Solstice Tree Planting

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What better way to celebrate the beginning of summer than to spend the afternoon outside helping our beloved Poudre River?!  Support river restoration and clean water by helping the Natural Areas Department plant 400 native shrubs and trees that will provide much needed food and habitat to local wildlife.  This is a family-friendly volunteer project; all volunteers under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.  We’ll finish the day with an icy-cold treat and prizes to thank you for all your hard work! 

Thursday, June 26, 1-4 p.m. location and details given upon required registration.

Free, REGISTRATION REQUIRED at naturetracker.fcgov.com  You will need to create a free account with your email and phone number.

 

naturalareaslogo.gif Natural Areas News is published on the first Tuesday of the month with occasional special editions like this one. Newsletter comments are welcome. Please contact Zoe Whyman, City of Fort Collins Natural Areas Community Relations Manager, 970-221-6311 or zwhyman@fcgov.com.

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