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DENVER – Two Colorado State Parks’ programs will receive awards from the Colorado Alliance for Environmental Education (CAEE) for their outstanding work in helping youngsters understand their role in the environment. The Art in Nature Program at Eldorado Canyon State Park and the Roxborough State Park Interpretive and Environmental Education Program will each receive a […]
LITTLETON–Have you ever wondered why the rocks at Roxborough State Park are red and tipped at an angle, where the bears go in winter or why the mountain mahogany has a seed with a fuzzy and twisted tail? And, what is mountain mahogany anyway?
Guess when Mojave Max will emerge for Spring and win fun prizes for you and your class! Who Can Play? Southern California Students and Youth Groups from the following counties: Inyo, Imperial, San Diego, Orange, San Bernardino, Riverside, Los Angeles, Ventura and Kern. Also available: links to more information, a webcam and Mojave Desert Tortoise […]
Desert Denizens is looking for authors interested in posting on this blog, who would like to write about desert related topics, anything from favorite places to animal topics or subjects such as energy or water issues. What’s your take? What’s on your mind? If you are interested, please contact Jim.
DesertUSA.com is developing a new blog that will showcase a variety of columnist writing on a variety of subjects. The newest blogger, David J. Wood, is an avid desert hiker. He will be blogging about his hikes and experiences in the desert regions. David lives in the Coachella Valley area and many of his hikes […]