Open Space and Mountain Parks (OSMP) and the Open Space Board of Trustees (OSBT) will hold two public meetings to help inform the interested community in and around Boulder and OSMP staff/OSBT about ways that other land managers or areas have addressed challenges related to:
1) natural resource management and protection
2) trail sustainability and visitor experience.
Their hope is that the panelists will bring their knowledge, experience, creative solutions, and approaches that have been tried in other areas into the Boulder community conversation related to the North Trail Study Area.
Expert Panel on Visitor Experience
6 – 8:30 pm
Wednesday, September 2
Expert Panel on Natural Resources
6 – 8:30 pm
Main Library Canyon Theater
1001 Arapahoe Avenue
Focusing on natural resource strategies that have been implemented elsewhere.
We need equestrians to participate in these hikes — especially if you know the trails that “used to be there”!!!
These are physically strenuous hikes with very limited shade
Wed. Aug 5, 8:30 – 11 am, reserve a spot: https://joder8-5.eventbrite.com
Sun. Aug 9, 8:30 – 11 am, reserve a spot: https://joder8-9.eventbrite.com
If you are interested in seeing and learning about the Joder Ranch property, a newly acquired 335 acre property west of Hwy 36 and north of Neva Road, you’re invited to join OSMP staff on this hike. The Joder property was purchased by the City of Boulder in 2013 and the North Trail Study Area (TSA) Plan will help determine the long-term management of this property. The property is currently closed to public access until an interim trail is opened. Decisions about ongoing public access, trails, natural resource protection and how the property fits into the management of nearby OSMP lands will be part of the community-driven North TSA Plan. Space is limited and reservations are required. Location and additional details will be given at registration.