BLUFF LAKE SEEKING EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Bluff Lake Nature Center is seeking an Executive Director to oversee our growing nonprofit agency which owns and manages an urban natural area and outdoor environmental science classroom in northeast Denver. The ED, along with the board of directors, is responsible for the organization’s fundraising and outreach efforts, as well as the overall vision of the organization. The ED thinks and plans strategically and inspires community members to become more engaged in the work of BLNC. The ED implements and develop policies and plans, and organizes, coordinates, and manages the programs and activities of BLNC.
For more information on how to apply and minimum qualifications, click here. For a detailed description of the position, click here.
SUMMER CAMP REGISTRATION ONLINE NOW.
Early January began our registration for summer camp. Join us again, or try out our camp, for a summer full of outdoor adventure, storytelling, small group fun, and friendship!
Bluff Lake Nature Center runs weekly outdoor nature camps for 6-11 year olds. Through a blend of nature exploration, hands-on science lessons, games, crafts, and unstructured free-play, we inspire campers to better understand and enjoy the outdoors. We offer Half-Day (9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.) and Full-Day Camps (9:00 a.m. -3:00 p.m.) with Pre and Post Camp Extended Hours (7:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.) available as well. Our Junior Counselor Program offers outdoor skills and leadership training for 12-15 year olds.
Sign up in January and receive 15% off your purchase. See all the details and register here.
CALLING ALL BIRD LOVERS – TWO WINTER OPPORTUNITIES THROUGH AUDUBON’S CONSERVATION IN COLORADO PROGRAM
Jan. 25 – Government Accountability Office, Energy & Impact on Birds
Visit with senior analyst Robert Sanchez regarding the pros and cons of energy sources such as fossil fuels, wind, solar, and nuclear energy.
Feb. 1 – Audubon Rockies, Western Rivers Action Network
Visit with Western Rivers program lead Abby Burk on the challenges and solutions to creating healthier western rivers for birds, other wildlife, and people.