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Yearly archive for 2015

From the North Maine Woods to Pikes Peak

From the North Maine Woods to Pikes Peak

Hello everyone!  My name is Austin Muir and I’m the new Education Program Coordinator here at Catamount Institute.  I specifically focus on field trips, but also teach an after school YES Club and within the E3 program in Woodland Park.  In the summer I will use my

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Snow Day Fun

Snow Day Fun

Snow Day Fun & Adventures Snow is one of our favorite forms of precipitation. Not only does snow provide the moisture that plants, animals, and we humans need to survive. Snow also brings opportunities for fun, adventure, and science.  Having a snow day from school can be

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Support for 2D

Support for 2D

Support for 2D There are so many reasons why we love trails at Catamount Institute; trails improve our well-being, they are good for our economy and our favorite reason, trails are great for our kids.  Trails create amazing opportunities for kids to get outside.  Five  other reasons why

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Fall E3 Lessons Highlight Geology, Fossils, & Ecosystems

Fall E3 Lessons Highlight Geology, Fossils, & Ecosystems

The Woodland Park School District continues to elevate their education through an environmental education partnership with Catamount Institute and the Pikes Peak Community Foundation.  This fall, at Aspen Valley Ranch in Woodland Park, Catamount Institute has been working with 2nd and 4th grade students from each of

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Meet the Summer Staff

Meet the Summer Staff

Each year Catamount Institute has a summer camp staff to help run our exciting summer programs.  These volunteers and staff members play a very important role during the summer…making the summer fun and exciting while learning about science and our environment. We want you to get to know

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Catamount Institute Appoints Executive Director

Catamount Institute Appoints Executive Director

The Board of Directors of Catamount Institute is pleased to announce the appointment of Christopher Aaby as Executive Director. He succeeds Alicia Archibald who left Catamount Institute two months ago.  Aaby has been serving as Interim Executive Director since Archibald’s departure, and has been with Catamount Institute

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Springtime in the Rockies!

Springtime in the Rockies!

The Spring brings many things to many people. For some of us, it means planting, jumping in puddles and digging in the ground, maybe catching those last ski turns off in the mountains; and yet for others Spring means dusting off the bicycle or the hiking boots

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Why go to camp?

Why go to camp?

Top 10 Reasons to go to Summer Camp The following are just a few of our top favorite reasons why summer camp is great for kids. Catamount Institute camps are designed with your children in mind.  What can we offer that is so much fun, our campers don’t

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Candidates e-forum

Candidates e-forum

The Catamount Institute in partnership with Trails and Open Space Coalition, Livewell Colorado Springs, Colorado College Office of Sustainability and Pikes Peak Sierra Club provided Mayoral and City Council Candidates a list of questions on topics important to the Conservation and Healthy Living Community. Candidates were asked to respond in

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Creepy Crawly Safari – Camp Full

Creepy Crawly Safari – Camp Full
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