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June 2024

Jun
22

Denver Pollinator/Native Plant Swap

Saturday, June 22nd, 2024
to (Mountain Time)
EarthLinks, 2746 W 13th Ave, Denver, CO, 80204 Map

Public Welcome Family Friendly Free Event Seed/Plant Swap Wheelchair Accessible

Wild Ones Front Range is partnering with People and Pollinators Action Network and EarthLinks to host the annual Denver Pollinator/Native Plant Swap.  

All plants are grown by volunteers and community members; plant stock is not commercially grown.  

A link to more information is coming soon including:

Participation:  No need to bring plants to receive plants.

Plant Donations:  

   -  No plants grown with pesticide nor neonicotinoids

   -  No noxious weeds as defined by the CDA

   -  Labeling specifications

Bring your own container to take plants home.

Jun
29

JeffCo Region Home Garden Crawl Members Only

Saturday, June 29th, 2024
to (Mountain Time)
To be announced

Members Only Free Event Home Garden Tour

We will visit 3-4 member's gardens in Lakewood and Westminster.  These gardens are "works in progress" on the path of native conversion. 

As a group, we will hear the garden's creation story, what their creators learned in the process, and hopefully be able to offer potential solutions to challenges currently being faced.

Register here to join in on the Garden Crawl!

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July 2024

Jul
13

Pikes Peak Region Garden Crawl & Potluck Members Only

Saturday, July 13th, 2024
to (Mountain Time)
TBA

Members Only Free Event Chapter Social Home Garden Tour

Join fellow Wild One members for a four garden native plant tour in centrally located Colorado Springs!  Members and friends (all need to register) are welcome and street parking is available. 

We will visit three private and one public garden.  See a variety of native plants and garden designs in various stages of development.  This is a great opportunity to learn about successes and challenges, ask questions, and connect with fellow native plant enthusiasts in the Pikes Peak area.  

On this crawl, we will move as a group in a predetermined order, spending 15-20 minutes at each location, ending with an optional potluck.  Carpooling is encouraged from the first garden address. (Location provided a few days before the event.)

Potluck Information:  The potluck is optional and will start about 15 minutes after we arrive at the last garden and end at 7:30 pm.  This is a time to relax, enjoy good food, and grow relationships.  If you are planning on attending the potluck after the garden crawl please let Sue know through email.  Thank you!

"Together we’re building a vibrant community of “Coloradoscaping” in the Pikes Peak Region!" 

Questions?  Please contact Sue, Pikes Peak Regional Coordinator [email protected]

Join us and Register Here!

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Jul
14

Boulder Regional Rabbit Mountain Plant Hike Members Only

Sunday, July 14th, 2024
to (Mountain Time)
Boulder County Open Space Rabbit Mountain Plant Hike

Members Only Chapter Social Nature Walk/Hike Public Restroom Free Public Parking Lots of Physical Activity

Wild Ones Boulder Region members, join us on this energetic early morning summer exploration as we partake in the Boulder County Open Space Rabbit Mountain Native Plant Hike.

We will meet at the trailhead at 7ish and leave at 7:30 am sharp!  This venue gets busy on the weekends and gets  crowded, so earlier and with carpools is better.  There are numerous sources of plant lists with phenology for this site.  Registrants will be sent further information before the hike.  Bring a snack and plenty of water; there are bathrooms but not water at the trailhead.

Questions? Contact: Kristine Johnson, Boulder Region Co-Coordinator @ [email protected]

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Jul
14

Northern Region Monthly Member Social Members Only

Sunday, July 14th, 2024
to (Mountain Time)
Coffeeshop

Members Only Free Event Chapter Social Public Restroom Free Public Parking

Join us on the 2nd Sunday of each month to chat about our Coloradoscaping progress. We'll celebrate our successes and get advice on our challenges. Feel free to bring extra seedlings and/or seeds to share with other members.

While this is a free event, registration is required. This helps us keep the group to a manageable size and allows us to communicate changes if needed.

You will receive the location's address after registering for this event. We will meet in the upstairs area of the coffeeshop.

Questions? Contact Jen Smith at [email protected].

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