Join the High Plains Environmental Center Restoration Ecology Staff for a fun and casual interpretive walk between Houts Reservoir and Equalizer Lake.
Learn about the restoration work that has been accomplished, the wildlife that lives here, and HPEC’s role of ongoing stewardship to preserve our wildlife habitat. What might you see? Native wildflowers, shrubs and grasses, butterflies, native bees, dragonflies and damselflies, songbirds, raptors, waterfowl and the occasional jumping fish!
Binoculars, water bottle and comfortable walking shoes are recommended. Easy walk on natural-surface trails. Registration is required. All ages are welcome.
Meet at the High Plains Environmental Center at 9:00am
The 2022 HPEC Native Plant Sale (Online Purchasing Only) Native plans help conserve water and support native wildlife, especially pollinators! Click here to place your order and learn more about the native Colorado plantings available. New Prairie and Rocky Mountain native plants will be added throughout the 2022 season as they become available in the […]
High Plains Environmental Center’s 2022 Native Plant Sale is now on, through September. New varieties of prairie and Rocky Mountain native plants will be added throughout the season as they become available in the HPEC nursery. Native plants help to conserve water and support native wildlife, especially pollinators! All plants come in a 2 3/8 […]
PEC Director, Jim Tolstrup, will guide participants through the processes for restoring natural areas, including: Inventory – assessing the ecological and cultural site conditions of the proposed natural areaIdentification – determining the primary landscape functions (aesthetics, water, wildlife and plant conservation) that are important to the project areaZoning – delineating the project area into functional groups – those […]