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Adventure Camp: The Animas River Adventure, La Plata County

For your rising 7th - 12th graders! SJMA is once again partnering with 4Corners Riversports to create a 5-day Animas River Journey. Mornings will focus on learning about the Animas watershed from high alpine to desert and afternoons will be spent learning and playing on different water crafts. In addition to learning about plants, flowers and

Piedra River Geology Hike – Pagosa

For the first time, SJMA in partnership with the US Forest Service, Pagosa Ranger District, is hosting educational geology hikes, free for the public, from May through October. These interpretive hikes, led and presented by geologist Dave Bouquett, will be in an area of the San Juan National Forest rich with evidence of earth’s geologic

San Juan Nature Hike

Join San Juan Mountains Association staff and volunteers for an interpretive naturalist hike! Learn about wildflowers, ecology, wildlife, geology, and cultural history in our beautiful San Juan Mountains. This hike is offered every Friday starting June 7 through August 30. The fun, fact-filled nature hike is moderate. We’ll be moving at a “walking” pace for

Durango Star Party

DUE TO WEATHER, THE JUNE 7TH EVENT WAS POSTPONED TO JUNE 14! YOU CAN STILL JOIN US! Join SJMA and the Durango Astronomical Society for the summer star party series located, for the first time, at SJMA's Durango Nature Center! All are welcome, amateur astronomers and enthusiasts alike, for a family friendly event discussing and

Junior Naturalist Field Camp: Water World

Junior Naturalist Field Camps (JNFC) are week-long camps where elementary-aged children (rising 1st – 6th graders) will spend time playing in and learning about the natural world at SJMA's Nature Center, as well as throughout the region's waterways and trails. They get to play with old friends and make new ones, too. Campers leave with

San Juan Nature Hike

Join San Juan Mountains Association staff and volunteers for an interpretive naturalist hike! Learn about wildflowers, ecology, wildlife, geology, and cultural history in our beautiful San Juan Mountains. This hike is offered every Friday starting June 7 through August 30. The fun, fact-filled nature hike is moderate. We’ll be moving at a “walking” pace for

Junior Naturalist Field Camp: Predators and Prey

Junior Naturalist Field Camps (JNFC) are week-long camps where elementary-aged children (rising 1st – 6th graders) will spend time playing in and learning about the natural world at SJMA's Nature Center, as well as throughout the region's waterways and trails. They get to play with old friends and make new ones, too. Campers leave with

San Juan Nature Hike

Join San Juan Mountains Association staff and volunteers for an interpretive naturalist hike! Learn about wildflowers, ecology, wildlife, geology, and cultural history in our beautiful San Juan Mountains. This hike is offered every Friday starting June 7 through August 30. The fun, fact-filled nature hike is moderate. We’ll be moving at a “walking” pace for

San Juan Nature Hike – Andrews Lake

Join San Juan Mountains Association staff and volunteers for an interpretive naturalist hike! Learn about wildflowers, ecology, wildlife, geology, and cultural history in our beautiful San Juan Mountains. This hike is offered every Friday starting June 7 through August 30. The fun, fact-filled nature hike is moderate. We’ll be moving at a “walking” pace for

Durango Star Party

Join SJMA and the Durango Astronomical Society for the summer star party series located, for the first time, at SJMA's Durango Nature Center! All are welcome, amateur astronomers and enthusiasts alike, for a family friendly event discussing and observing our night skies -  the moon, planets, star clusters, galaxies, and nebulas. Just before sunset, an

Junior Naturalist Field Camp: Biodiversity Blitz

Junior Naturalist Field Camps (JNFC) are week-long camps where elementary-aged children (rising 1st – 6th graders) will spend time playing in and learning about the natural world at SJMA's Nature Center, as well as throughout the region's waterways and trails. They get to play with old friends and make new ones, too. Campers leave with

South Mineral Creek Campfire Ring Naturalization

Did you know that the Hardrock 100 race is held the same week as National Forest Week!? Combine your love for the outdoors with your love for our national forests by giving back to the public lands. Join SJMA and the National Forest Foundation to protect the Animas watershed by naturalizing campfire rings placed too

San Juan Nature Hike – Andrews Lake

Join San Juan Mountains Association staff and volunteers for an interpretive naturalist hike! Learn about wildflowers, ecology, wildlife, geology, and cultural history in our beautiful San Juan Mountains. This hike is offered every Friday starting June 7 through August 30. The fun, fact-filled nature hike is moderate. We’ll be moving at a “walking” pace for

Junior Naturalist Field Camp: Eco Village

Junior Naturalist Field Camps (JNFC) are week-long camps where elementary-aged children (rising 1st – 6th graders) will spend time playing in and learning about the natural world at SJMA's Nature Center, as well as throughout the region's waterways and trails. They get to play with old friends and make new ones, too. Campers leave with

Ice Cave Ridge Geology Hike – Pagosa

For the first time, SJMA in conjunction with the US Forest Service, Pagosa Ranger District, is hosting educational geology hikes, free for the public, from May through October. These interpretive hikes, led and presented by geologist Dave Bouquett, will be in an area of the San Juan National Forest rich with evidence of earth’s geologic

San Juan Nature Hike – Andrews Lake

Join San Juan Mountains Association staff and volunteers for an interpretive naturalist hike! Learn about wildflowers, ecology, wildlife, geology, and cultural history in our beautiful San Juan Mountains. This hike is offered every Friday starting June 7 through August 30. The fun, fact-filled nature hike is moderate. We’ll be moving at a “walking” pace for

Full Moon Hike at CANM

Join SJMA and educators from Canyons of the Ancients National Monument for a special hike through the moonlit Sand Canyon while learning about how the moon impacts wildlife and humans alike. This trail is usually closed after sunset, so this is a rare chance to see it under a different light. From sunset to moonrise,

Junior Naturalist Field Camp: Montezuma County

Junior Naturalist Field Camps (JNFC) are week-long camps where elementary-aged children (rising 1st – 6th graders) will spend time playing in and learning about the natural world, as well as throughout the region's waterways and trails. They get to play with old friends and make new ones, too. Campers leave with memories, new friends, and

CANM Project Archaeology – Teacher Workshop

Teacher (Grades 3-5) Workshop at Canyons of the Ancients National Monument! Project Archaeology is an educational organization dedicated to teaching scientific and historical inquiry, cultural understanding, and the importance of protecting our nation’s rich cultural resources. Attend this training and join a national network of archaeologists, educators, and concerned citizens working to make archaeology education

San Juan Nature Hike – Andrews Lake

Join San Juan Mountains Association staff and volunteers for an interpretive naturalist hike! Learn about wildflowers, ecology, wildlife, geology, and cultural history in our beautiful San Juan Mountains. This hike is offered every Friday starting June 7 through August 30. The fun, fact-filled nature hike is moderate. We’ll be moving at a “walking” pace for

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