Ready for Summer
Kids Nature Camp?
Registration is now open for RMBL's popular Kids Nature Camp! New offerings this year allow children to come to Gothic for a full week of camp or come for one or more days a week for the entire summer. NEW Extended days available too!
Learn more HERE.
RMBL Alum Honored at The White House
Dr. Benjamin Blonder was recently recognized as one of 14 Champions of Change at The White House for his work in co-founding a residential science school in Tucson, AZ. The recipients were chosen for their efforts to engage communities and youth in environmental stewardship and conservation across the country.
RMBL in the News!
The Rocky Mountain wildflower season has lengthened by over a month since the 1970's, according to a study based at RMBL that found that climate change is altering the flowering patterns of more species than previously thought. Check out the LA Times article HERE.
View of Gothic's wildflowers (photo by Dr. David Inouye).
A New RMBL Community Center in 2014
A RMBL supporter offered to donate $250,000 to the new Gothic Community Center if we could meet their match by January 31, 2014. We met the match! Thank you to all who helped us reach this milestone! While the building has the green light, we still need to complete the Legacy Campaign. DONATE Today!
Summer May Be Over In Gothic...
But research teams from around the country are back at their home labs, analyzing data, writing papers, and planning for new experiments for next season. Join RMBL this winter as we highlight some of the blogs and lab websites that share their Rocky Mountain research with the world. Check out the Computational, Evolutionary and Human Genomics blog at Stanford University HERE.
Butterfly and Indian Paintbrush in Gothic (photo by Dr. George Aldridge).