Flexible Family Volunteering @ Bluff Lake Nature Center

No registration required for this fun family-friendly morning!
Type of Work:
Ecological Restoration, Grounds/Facilities Maintenance, Invasive Species Management, Youth Environmental Education
Dates:
April 27, 2019
Times:
8:00 am-11:00 am
Physical Difficulty:
Easy
Minimum Age:
6
Region:
Greater Denver Area
State:
Colorado
City:
Denver
County:
Denver
Camping:
No
Groups Allowed:
Yes
Payment Required:
No
See below description details for participation information.

Description

Project photo courtesy of Bluff Lake Nature Center.

Where You'll Be:
Located in the Stapleton area of Denver, the Bluff Lake Nature Center is a 123-acre wildlife refuge that allows people of all ages the chance to connect with nature without leaving the city. As the city's largest open space, Bluff Lake Nature Center engages thousands of school groups in environmental education and is home to beavers, bats, turtles, and hundreds of other bird, mammal, insect, and plant species.

What You'll Do:
Celebrate Earth Day at Bluff Lake Nature Center's Family Nature Adventure Day! No registration is required; just show up Saturday morning with the family to enjoy outdoorsy activities, crafts, scavenger hunts, and a VOC-led effort to remove invasive plants. This is a great way to explore nature in the heart of the city and introduce the children in your life to the joys of the outdoors and volunteering.


About Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado (VOC)
Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado (VOC) is the state's oldest, largest, and leading outdoor stewardship nonprofit organization. Founded in 1984 to motivate and enable people to become active stewards of Colorado's natural resources, VOC has engaged nearly 120,000 people in more than 1,000 volunteer projects for a donated labor value of $24 million. Through award-winning youth and volunteer programs, leadership training, capacity-building programs, and collaborative efforts with nonprofits and land management agencies, VOC is an invaluable resource in Colorado, especially as our outdoor stewardship needs are approaching near-crisis levels. For more information, visit www.voc.org or call 303-715-1010.