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Colorado Native Plant Master Wildflower Walk: Fountain Creek
August 26 @ 8:30 am - 11:30 am$5.00
Park Description: Fountain Creek Regional Park spans 460 acres and its riparian zones host abundant plant life and bird species. Invasive, alien plants take advantage of these conditions and encroach on native plant habitat. Witness first-hand how important it is to manage noxious weeds in order to steward are native plant ecosystems.
Leader: Allisa Linfield
When/Where to Meet: We will meet at 8:30AM at the Duckwood Trailhead. We will cover roughly 2-4 miles depending on the pace of the group.
What to Bring (Suggested): Flora of Colorado by Jennifer Ackerfield; hand lens (10X or greater) available through https://conps.org/conps-store; daypack; bug spray; water; snacks; rain, sun, wind protection; personal restroom items. Consider bringing trekking poles if you think you may benefit from them.
Location Address: 300 Duckwood Dr, Fountain, CO 80817
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