Join Colorado Canyons Association's Education Director, Rob Gay, and fellow Trail Stewards on this paleontology-based outing for National Fossil Day!
Make your reservation today - only 100 seats available!
Colorado Canyons Association is pleased to host Tom Martin and his multi-media presentation, "From Powell To Power: A Recounting of the First 100 River Runners through the Grand Canyon."
The excavation of this site, known as the Eagle Rock Shelter, will be the focus of an upcoming CCA-sponsored public lecture by BLM Archaeologist Glade Hadden and you're invited!
The most prestigious mountain festival in the world, Banff Centre’s Banff Mountain Film Festival, is celebrating its 41st anniversary this year! It continues to bring the best action, environmental, and adventure films to audiences around the globe and, thanks to the generosity of the Grand Junction Rotary Club, the festival is headed to Grand Junction for a two-night event this February!
We'll enjoy handcrafted sushi, noodle, and rice plates fresh from the sea while also diving into the depths of the ancient ocean that is our own backyard with a presentation from Josh Smith of Western Slope Paleontological Services!
Join the fun in the Fruita Paleo Area while helping to teach 4th & 5th grade students from the Dual Immersion Academy about cultural resources!
General Event Overview:
Join the fun at the Fruita Paleo Area with 4th-grade students from the Dual Immersion Academy. During this trip, we'll be leading students on an interpretive hike through the area discussing geology and fossil formation along the way!
We're looking for volunteers to help take pictures and manage students on the hike.
Time Commitment for Volunteers:
- 9:00 AM - 2:15 PM (bring a lunch or snack!)
Volunteer Duties & Provided Support:
- Student Managers help manage and take care of students on the interpretive hike
For Questions: Please contact NCA Stewardship Coordinator, Bry Kuhlman
firstname.lastname@example.org or 970-263-7902
Volunteers will be planting Cottonwoods, Sumac, and seeding grasses and forbs. Also, we will pile previously cut tamarisk into burn piles. Passenger spots are limited so please plan to bring your own boat! CCA will be providing lunch, dinner, and breakfast. Please bring a side to share for dinner and an easy lunch for day two. Since we will be working on this trip bring sturdy shoes, long sleeve shirt, pants, and work gloves.
Above: AP Environmental Science students from Central High School enjoying an educational river trip with CCA
Join Colorado Canyons Association for National Public Lands Day as we work to create a fence around the historic Skinner Cabin. All skill levels are welcome. Please wear weather appropriate clothes, close toed shoes, and bring work gloves. CCA will provide lunch and a NPLD t-shirt to all volunteers.
Join CCA and partner organization River Restoration Adventures For Tomorrow (RRAFT) to remove Russian Olive in the Gunnison Gorge NCA.
Join CCA and the Fruita Parks & Recreation Department for a rich and interesting evening presentation about the many historical cabins and structures found in the McInnis Canyons National Conservation Area.
For questions or more information please contact CCA's NCA Stewardship Coordinator Bry Kulhman at email@example.com.
Bring your boat and your adventurous spirit for this year's overnight river trip down the Ruby-Horsethief section of the Colorado River through the McInnis Canyons National Conservation Area. CCA will provide the permit, dinner and breakfast. Please make sure to bring work gloves, drinking water, camping gear, river snacks, and a potluck dish to pass.
This is a popular event so be sure to RSVP today to secure your spot!