Naturalist Nights | Warmer—But to What End? The Past, Present, and Future Climates of the Roaring Fork ValleyThe invigorating climate of the Roaring Fork Valley—with mild summers, a long snow season, and abundant sunshine—drives year-round recreation and

January 26, 2017
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The invigorating climate of the Roaring Fork Valley—with mild summers, a long snow season, and abundant sunshine—drives year-round recreation and tourism, rushing creeks and rivers, hay meadows, and a vibrant palette of ecosystems. The Roaring Fork has also seen lower overall risk from many weather and climate hazards that are more prevalent elsewhere in Colorado, though maybe with luck having played a part. 

** Jeff will also be presenting on Wednesday, January 25 at 5:30 at Carbondale's Third Street Center. **

Date: January 26, 2017 7:00 PM-8:00 PM

Location: ACES at Hallam Lake | 100 Puppy Smith Street, Aspen, 81611 | 9709255756

Event website: aspennature.org

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