Nature

  • Naturalist Nights in Carbondale: Birds of Aspen & the Roaring Fork Valley thumbnail

    Naturalist Nights in Carbondale: Birds of Aspen & the Roaring Fork Valley

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    Each winter, Wilderness Workshop partners with the Aspen Center for Environmental Studies (ACES) and Roaring Fork Audubon to co-host Naturalist Nights! This popular speaker series features experts from across the country who explore different topics of the natural world with our community.

    About the presentation:
    Rebecca Weiss is an…

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    Celebrate Winter Lantern Walk

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    The annual Tinkergarten Lantern Walk has become a magical tradition, designed to help kids, big and small, welcome the darkness of winter and learn to embrace this natural change together with joy.

    Our Lantern Walk will be on December 2, at 4:00 at Veltus Park, Glenwood Springs . It’s free…

  • Locations: Fiction Published

    Work in Progress - Nov. 3, 2022

    The Bald Eagles of Beaver Lake

    By Alex Menard

    This may read like a short story and still seems like a dream to me. In fact, I am relating it just as it happened on one stunningly beautiful fall day in Marble, Colorado. The day was so bright it almost… read more →

  • Locations: News Published

    Catto’s artistic efforts reveal Nature’s designs

    In an essay titled “The Study of Color in Nature”, published in the 1896 edition of The Observer: An Illustrated Monthly Magazine, naturalist and artist F. Schuyler Mathews noted: “Color in Nature is illimitable; there is positively no end to its complexity.” 

    The essay offers the reader a few… read more →

  • Locations: Columns, Opinion Published

    Branching Out: Lessons in life are seasonal

    Decades ago, I lay in my childhood bed watching my Love’s sleeping eyes twitch, the orbs within, racing. He’d moan, or start, and toss. We were recent graduates, road tripping the States in pursuit of a new landing place, our undetermined adult lives ahead of us. We’d met climbing; he,… read more →

  • Locations: News Published

    Journeying beyond the threshold

    My family and I first connected with Colleen and Thompson Bishop, co-founders of Alchemy of Prana (AOP), in the fall of 2018. It was a brisk morning, but they greeted us warmly, emanating assurance and serenity. Situating ourselves in a grassy opening enclosed by conifers, we let the sounds and… read more →

  • True Nature Healing Arts: Spring Equinox Sound Symbolism with Stephen Ang thumbnail

    True Nature Healing Arts: Spring Equinox Sound Symbolism with Stephen Ang

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    Celebrate the coming Spring at our Spring Equinox Event with drawing and the language of listening. Gestural drawing can capture the movement, lines and sounds we overlook, and highlight the bright spots in life. A brilliant day to pause and appreciate the season with curiosity and imagination. Enrich your relationship…

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    Wild and Scenic Film Festival

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    Please be aware that all patrons must present proof of vaccination (originals, copies or photos and state verified apps are all valid forms of proof), valid photo ID, and adhere to all of TACAW’s Covid-safety protocols. Thank you for helping us keep our community safe.

    Doors 6:00PM // Show 7:00PM…

  • Healing With Nature – a day with author, adventurer Jon Turk thumbnail

    Healing With Nature - a day with author, adventurer Jon Turk

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    Jon’s invitation to adventure with him for a day…
    This workshop will borrow from techniques that extreme adventure athletes use to stay alive in dangerous expeditions, and scale them down to finding Presence in everyday situations.
    After spending decades on arduous expeditions to remote and often dangerous land-…

  • Locations: Columns, Opinion Published

    Oh my God: Aliveness

    Gilded, her silhouette shimmered amid the silver tumult of a sea collapsing upon itself. Bracing spray chased her up the beach; receding reflections of sky pulled at her feet. Unconstrained; another mammal, this daughter of mine, at play beneath wheeling, crying gulls, gliding pelicans and a falling sun.read more →