Guidestone’s Farmhands Education Program provides hands-on, experiential farm and nature-based educational opportunities to school groups, custom contract groups, children and families. Farmhands curriculum focuses on nature appreciation, ecological understanding, traditional arts, sustainable agriculture and human health and nutrition.
According to the BLM website, the Final Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) is now scheduled to be released sometime in mid to late April.
Here’s a look at how average electricity rates have changed in Colorado historically and how they may continue to change in the future. Figures provided by Xcel Energy to the city of Boulder in December.
Spring Break Recreation Activities
Pot Luck on Thursday, March 24th from 6 until 8 pm at the Salida Community Center
10 International Cycling Teams Set their Sights on America’s Most Demanding Professional Bike Race.
The FRONTLINE documentary ‘Poisoned Waters’ examines the health of our Nation’s waterways. It will be shown at The Steamplant.
A $50k study grant was awarded to the City of Salida to conduct thermal gradient testing at the Poncha Springs Hot Springs site.
Now accepting applications for the 2011/2012 school year for Kindergarten and a First/Second Grade combination class.
PERFORMING AT THE STEAMPLANT THEATER – SATURDAY, APRIL 2ND, 7PM
Everyone, no matter who they are, encounters challenges in day-to-day living. What we do with those challenges and how we see and hold them determine the quality of our lives.
A frustrated citizen joins a chorus of land planners in their frustration.
GARNA (The Greater Arkansas River Nature Association) is sponsoring a Northwest Earth Institute discussion course called “Healthy Child, Healthy Planet” that explores creating healthy environments for children.
A community meeting will be held Wed, March 23 at the High School Cafeteria from 5-6pm. View the latest plans. Ask questions. Present your ideas. Now is the time to speak
Is it the end for fraternal organizations in mountain towns, or just the chance to reinvent themselves?
As an elementary teacher of 13 years, seven of which were spent in Salida, I am certain a paradigm shift is about to occur in the world of education.
As many you witnessed a couple of weeks ago, it appears the spring fire season is already upon us. While we watch the snow fall on the mountains around us, the valley has seen little significant moisture this winter. This newspaper said in an article earlier this week there had been below average moisture for the last 6 months. Don’t let the little bit of snow we received on Monday night fool you. It is really dry.
Robert Hunter, M.D. was one of two American surgeons invited to teach at a new orthopedic surgery learning center in York, England.
Salida School District will be hosting a meeting Thurs., March 21st from 6-7pm in the John Held Auditorium.
Please visit the Education Salida web site and review the links and information regarding a four day school week. Then, return to this page and let the district know your thoughts.