Join us for a wildflower walk and help us restore our alpine ecosystems by removing invasive Oxeye Daisy around Coalbank Pass.
This unique opportunity will consist of a day hiking through the beautiful San Juan Mountains, taking in the vast panoramic vistas while identifying an expanse of wildflowers. The morning will consist of some remediation work, followed by a wildflower walk with Candice Carson. Experts will be on hand to help distinguish native species from non-native species, and participants will walk away with an increased understanding of how invasive species alter our alpine landscapes and threaten biodiversity. Often mistaken as Shasta daisies, Oxeye daisies reproduce extremely quickly, forming dense populations that limit foraging availability for sheep, cattle and elk.
This is a family friendly event. Click here to register for the event and contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. Hope you can join us!