BECOME A SUSTAINABILITY CLUB MEMBER
PLEASE JOIN THE SUSTAINABILITY CLUB TODAY!By giving a monthly gift of $10 or more, you are educating visitors to better steward our earth. You will join a growing number of people who have made a monthly commitment to help put sunshine in our solar panels, wind in our turbines, and water through our microhydro turbine, as we grow into a leading environmental education center dedicated to helping people make better energy and sustainability choices.
By joining the Sustainability Club you will ensure Beaver Ponds can bring important and fun beaver ecology, high altitude gardening, composting, and other programs to individuals and school groups. Your monthly commitment will allow Beaver Ponds to conduct important research science, continue our forest management work, and partner with colleges to help educate college students in the field of sustainability, and so much more.
Monthly giving makes it easy for you to support our programs and it makes it easy for Beaver Ponds to budget for our programs – it is symbiotic and an increasingly important relationship for success as we grow. Your monthly donation of $10 or more will go a long way in helping us all become better stewards of the earth.
Events & Programs
Winters are wonderful at Beaver Ponds.
Here are some upcoming programs and events.
Forest Camp at Beaver Ponds - March Friday Sessions
March 1, 8, 15, 22 - 9am to 1pm
COST: $150 per child for all 4 Fridays
A nature immersion camp awakening a sense of wonder and reverence for the natural world.
Forest exploration followed by lunch and nature-inspired art.
For more information, contact Briana Legaspi at email@example.com or call (719) 838-0143,
visit our website here or CLICK HERE to download a printable PDF with all the information you'll need!
SnowSchool at Beaver Ponds
March 16, 2019 - 9:30am to NOON
Class Theme: Winter Survival
COST: $35 per child AGES 8-12
A magical morning of snow science and games while enjoying a snowshoe hike!
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2234 Busch Run Road
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