Check out what the High Country Conservation Center is taking part in and around Summit County, Colorado:
Join HC3 & local, small business owner, Virginia Hammock, as we learn more about the fascinating world of succulents. This workshop will cover basic care of the plants, propagation techniques, and troubleshooting issues.[mk_button dimension=”three” size=”large” outline_skin=”dark” bg_color=”#3c5d2c” text_color=”light” icon=”moon-quill” url=”https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfeSuzIvVIQUmsn_n9EoLuWI5b6yWTXYvOFcjsCqNm1m2ss3g/viewform” target=”_blank” align=”center” id=”Buton ID” margin_top=”0″ margin_bottom=”15″]RSVP Here[/mk_button]
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Who should attend: Anyone with questions about or interest in local recycling, both current and future state. Topics include what we can recycle, what we can’t recycle and why, how recycling is funded, and opportunities – including the upcoming Ballot Measure 1A – for expanding recycling in Summit County.
Hosted by: High Country Conservation Center
What’s Taking Place: Did you know that recycling a TV is free to Summit County residents? Or that glass is not allowed in curbside recycling? Recycling rules and opportunities vary depending on where you live and how you recycle. On Thursday, Oct. 11, High Country Conservation Center will answer all your recycling questions and discuss the future of recycling in Summit County.
We’ll cover all the details of Ballot Measure 1A: it’s up for vote this November and offers a solution for funding recycling in Summit County. It’s an essential first step in meeting our community-wide goal of 40% diversion by 2035.
This family-friendly event includes free appetizers and “Classic Rio Marg” specials. We’ll wrap up with a quick trivia session, and attendees will have a chance to win gift cards courtesy of the Rio.
Continental Divide Land Trust and HC3 have partnered once again to bring you the 7th Annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival. This festival portrays individuals and communities across the globe solving climate change issues revolving around water conservation, energy, food systems, biodiversity, resource management, and the protection and restoration of wild lands and wild waters. You’ll explore the world improving movements with leading environmental activists and professionals, filmmakers and celebrities, celebrating the natural and human world in all its diversity.
The Wild & Scenic Film Festival is the closing event of Ullr Festival and provides inspiration for the whole family. Beer, wine, soda, and movie snacks are available for purchase. Epic prizes are given away at intermission.
Tickets are TBA.