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Junior Naturalist Field Camp: Water, Water Everywhere (Grade 1-6)

SJMA is proud to continue the tradition of one of Durango Nature Studies most beloved and enriching summer camps. This camp is a place where elementary-aged children will spend time learning about the natural world. Campers may spend their day catching crawdads, building forts, hiking, exploring, or river tromping — which all focus on learning

Junior Naturalist Field Camp: Eco-Town (Grade 1-6)

SJMA is proud to continue the tradition of one of Durango Nature Studies most beloved and enriching summer camps. This camp is a place where elementary-aged children will spend time learning about the natural world. Campers may spend their day catching crawdads, building forts, hiking, exploring, or river tromping — which all focus on learning

Forest to Faucets Teacher Workshop

Pagosa Springs Pagosa Springs

Monday, August 3, 9:00 AM - Tuesday, August 4, 5:00 PM Join us for our 8th Annual Forest to Faucets Teacher Workshop! Place based learning, guest speakers, and hands-on field experiences in the San Juan River watershed. Designed for local teachers’ to teach their students about where water comes from – because it doesn’t just

Junior Naturalist Field Camp: Nature Intuition (Grade 1-6)

SJMA is proud to continue the tradition of one of Durango Nature Studies most beloved and enriching summer camps. This camp is a place where elementary-aged children will spend time learning about the natural world. Campers may spend their day catching crawdads, building forts, hiking, exploring, or river tromping — which all focus on learning

Adventure Camp (Grades 7-10)

Boyle Park Mancos Colorado

This 5-day Summer Adventure Camp for middle and high school students will include 4 days exploring different trails and one day paddling on flatwater.  Kids will have the opportunity to connect with like-minded friends, explore the rugged terrain of the San Juan Mountains, and define themselves before heading back to school. In addition to learning

Edible Plant Walk with Katrina Blair

How many plants could you find in the woods to eat? There’s probably a lot more than you would expect! Join Katrina Blair, edible plant expert and co-founder of Turtle Lake Refuge on this popular, fun and informative hike. Pre-registration required. Sponsored by San Juan Mountains Association and San Juan National Forest. For more information

San Juan Volunteer Training Meeting

  Become a San Juan Volunteer to help us protect the public lands you know and love. Join our Conservation Director, David Taft, for the virtual Annual Volunteer Training on April 20 from 5:00-6:00 pm.

Spring Seminar Part 1: Backpacking Essentials

  With the recent surge of public lands visitors, are you dreaming of spending the night in the backcountry but are unsure of what to bring to make it a safe, comfortable and fun experience? Determining where you are going and how far you plan to go will determine your clothing, gear, food and water

Full Moon Hike – Sand Canyon

  Join SJMA and a BLM archaeologist to hike through the moon-lit Sand Canyon while learning about the human history of the area. From sunset to moonrise, hikers will visit several of the ruins, discovering how ancient people wove themselves into this landscape. When: April 26, 2021 from 6:30pm - 8:30pm Where: Sand Canyon Trailhead;  Heading

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