Let’s G.O.! April 2012—To recognize Earth Day and celebrate the great outdoors, Arkansas Headwaters Recreation Area and Salida Recreation are hosting a community event. Event activities include the importance of recycling and Leave no Trace ethics; an ant farm demonstration; a program by the Raptor Center in Pueblo on the habits and habitats of birds of prey; "Human Impact in Shangri-la" by S. Masood Ahmad about issues affecting the ecology of the world's highest mountains; interactive demonstrations and information on family outdoor activities throughout the area that have a low impact on the environment. All programs are free of charge and suitable for all ages.
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NOTE: The role of the Children & Nature Network (C&NN) is to help build the children and nature movement, and to help parents and others learn about ways they can connect children to nature. Let's G.O.! is an approach we wish to encourage. However, C&NN is not responsible for the activities and safeguards associated with events scheduled to reconnect children and nature. At any time, when children are outside on their own, or with families and friends, everyone should take safety precautions and be mindful of risks.
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