Mountain Biking at Cal-Wood

Posted on Nov 19, 2017

Mountain Biking at Cal-Wood

Cal-Wood has partnered with the Boulder Mountainbike Alliance (BMA) and generous donors to provide everyone at Cal-Wood a better mountain biking and trail experience.

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Cal-Wood Butterfly Count

Posted on Oct 1, 2015

Cal-Wood Butterfly Count

Cal-Wood Education Center is a site for Butterfly Counts which are reported nationally. For 33 consecutive years adults and children have spent a full day on July 4 walking from Mica Mine to ‘high meadow,’ and also from Solitude Point to Geier’s Meadow — all are specific places in our 1,200 acre wilderness at Cal-Wood. This year 73 species and 2,029 individual butterflies were counted. The most amazing butterfly was a Chryxus Arctic which is...

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We’re Back Up And Running

Posted on Jan 23, 2014

First School Group Of 2014: We welcomed our first 2014 school group, Mackintosh Academy, back at Cal-Wood last week. The students had a blast working together to learn about winter ecology and survival on our beautiful 1,200-acre property. Learn more about their experience here: We are thrilled to be back up and running programs at Cal-Wood!  We’re looking forward to our upcoming spring school group...

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Volunteers To Rebuild Cal-Wood Trails

Posted on Nov 8, 2013

Volunteers To Rebuild Cal-Wood Trails

Upcoming Volunteer Days: If you are interested in volunteering to help rebuild trails and roads, we wanted to let you all know that we will be offering two family volunteer days this month.  If you are unable to attend Please Consider Making a Donation Today!! The two dates are: November 17th from 9-2 pm CANCELED November 30th from 9-2 pm Please bring a lunch, water bottle, and snacks. If you need to leave earlier than 2 pm; you are more than welcome to. We will have work...

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Thanks – “You Rocked The Trails”

Posted on Oct 27, 2013

Thanks – “You Rocked The Trails”

Colorado Active Lifestyle Companies, eTown, and The String Cheese Incident Rally to Help Rebuild Colorado’s Trails On Saturday October 27th, the outdoor and active lifestyle industries, guided by ActiveBoulder, joined together for an exclusive concert by The String Cheese Incident at historic eTown Hall to benefit flood relief.  Well before the concert doors even opened, the Rock the Trails! event had raised over $100,000 to directly support the rebuilding of Colorado trail...

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Cal-Wood at Camp Tahosa

Posted on Oct 22, 2013

Cal-Wood at Camp Tahosa

School Programs Resume at Camp Tahosa: We are thrilled to share with you that Cal-Wood is back doing what we do best — providing students with meaningful and fun learning in the Colorado Mountains.  The recent floods were a setback for our organization, but it has also become a good learning opportunity for our students.  Indeed, this natural phenomenon ties into our curriculum as we teach students about mountain weather, watersheds, adaptation, and geology.     Aspen Creek...

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