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Roaring Fork Valley Phenology | April 30, 2014

Despite the Snow, on goes the show...What are the first native flowers you see each spring?

RBR News | April 24, 2014

Posted in Ranch Report

Around the Ranch
As the end of April draws near we have begun running from project to project. The budding willows and aspens are a reminder of just how close we are to the summer season. Earlier today, the first new goslings of the season were spotted in the front pasture! Transition time is here.

CAEE Teaching Outside the Box Conference

Posted in Bulletin Board

As the seasons here in the Rocky Mountains were changing from winter to spring, the entire ACES Ed team had the wonderful opportunity to grow and evolve by attending the Colorado Alliance for Environmental Education’s annual Teaching Outside the Box conference at Denver University.

RBR News | April 17

Posted in Ranch Report

Around the Ranch
Rock Bottom Ranch is anxiously awaiting the arrival of our new ducklings!  We are about halfway through the 28-day incubation period.

Basalt High School Students Visit Rock Bottom Ranch

Posted in Ranch Report

“Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?”    ~Mary Oliver

Sustainable Agriculture Apprenticeship

Posted in Kids' Corner

As the ACES education team looks forward to the summer season, we are dreaming about a summer filled with explorations, learning and fun. Some of the most meaningful learning experiences that ACES provides involve young high school apprentices who work and learn at the ranch over their summer vacation!

ACES Releases Inaugural State of the Forest Report

Posted in Bulletin Board

Report includes unprecedented impacts on the health of our forest due to climate change.