• Wild & Scenic Film Festival

    Landmark's Mayan Theatre

    The Wild & Scenic Film Festival, hosted by Rocky Mountain Wild, is on tour again, and will be making a stop in Denver! PPAN will be at the Action Hub! The evening will include award-winning environmental and outdoor adventure films from around the world that have been selected not only for their great visual stories, but also to inspire and motivate us to continue the cause to keep the Rocky Mountains wild. This film festival is made by activists for activists and sits apart from the hundreds of festivals around the world by leaving you inspired and motivated to go out and make a difference in your community and the world. The films start promptly at 7 pm, but before that, join us for an opening reception, starting at 5:30 pm. During the reception, you can take part in direct actions in our Citizens Action Hub! The Hub will feature a myriad of direct actions you can take from local non-profits. For a complete list of films, along with descriptions, visit Rocky Mountain Wild's WSFF webpage at: http://rockymountainwild.org/wsff2019 When: Thursday, January 24, 2018, 7 pm, with an opening reception starting at 5:30 pm Where: Mayan Theater, 110 Broadway, Denver, CO 80203 Tickets: Tickets are $15. Get yours today: https://www.landmarktheatres.com/Booking/mayan-theatre/7405190

  • Native Bees of Colorado

    Boettcher Center East & West

    Ryan Bartlett, founder of Colorado Native Bee, will give you a good basic background on the almost 1000 species of Colorado native bees. Learn how to differentiate between different types of bees and bumble bees and how to encourage them to inhabit your garden and other outdoor spaces. Ryan Bartlett, is a resident in the historic Northwest Denver area. Born in New Mexico, he moved to Colorado in the mid-90’s, where he has studied as a Master Gardener, certified western herbalist, certified arborist, and as a plant pathologist/entomologist. As a Naturalist he works to educate about the importance of native plants and native pollinator conservation. We will meet on the University of Denver campus in Boettcher West - Room 124 - located at 2050 E. Iliff Avenue, Denver (on the south side of Iliff Ave). Free parking will be provided in a covered lot directly across the street on the north side of Iliff Avenue. On-street parking can also be found in the area. If you’d like to receive a free parking permit, please send a message to us. [masked] Call Julie at[masked] or Joyce at[masked] if you have any difficulty with the directions to the meeting. Are you interested in doing what you can to help reverse the serious decline in pollinator health? Concerned about the impact of pesticides on human health and the environment? By working together we can learn about the issues, educate our neighbors, park, schools and government and advocate for change. PPAN's mission is to create systemic change to improve the health of people and pollinators. By connecting neighbors across Metro Denver PPAN we can help Denver become a leader in pollinator protection. Please join us! Everyone welcome!

  • People, Pollinators and Permaculture!

    Longmont Public Library

    Join us for a free presentation by nationally renowned permaculturist, Avery Ellis, as he describes how to create pollinator foraging habitat and food for people using the permaculture concept of "Food Forests." He will be describing threats that pollinators face due to diminishing habitats and pesticides, while focusing on real solutions that you can take home and immediately apply to your own home, yard, neighborhood and community!

  • Natural Lawn Presentation & Discussion

    920 Kipling St

    Do you wish there were a way to care for your lawn that required fewer chemicals? Do you want a lawn safer for kids and pets? What if safer and more natural lawn care could cost even less than conventional lawn care? Nationally recognized natural lawn care expert Chip Osborne of Osborne Organics will tell us how this is all possible and be available to answer your questions. This event will be held at the Fellowship Hall, Holy Shepherd Church 920 Kipling Street, Lakewood CO 80215 Event is Free and Open to the Public. Refreshments Will Be Served. RSVP to [masked] or marking "going" on this page would be appreciated. Co-Sponsored by Morse Park Sustainable Neighborhood, Eiber Sustainable Neighborhood, and People and Pollinators Action Network

  • Metro Denver PPAN Monthly Meeting

    TBA

    Are you interested in doing what you can to help reverse the serious decline in pollinator health? Concerned about the impact of pesticides on human health and the environment? Frustrated by working alone? By working together we can learn about the issues, educate our neighbors, park, schools and government and advocate for change. The Metro Denver People and Pollinators Action Network meets monthly on the 3rd Monday at 7 pm. Our mission is to create systemic change to improve the health of people and pollinators. By connecting neighbors across Metro Denver PPAN we can help Denver become a leader in pollinator protection. Please join us! Everyone welcome! Park for free in lot. Enter on Madison. Gate opens automatically Daniels Fund is located in a residential neighborhood. Therefore, we ask our guests to be considerate of our neighbors by parking in our guest parking lot and not on residential streets. The parking lot is located at First Avenue and Madison Street, immediately to the west of our building. Enter from Madison Street. Parking is complimentary. The gate will open automatically upon entry or exit, and no code is needed. Accessible parking is available in our underground parking garage upon request. To request access, please notify us prior to your meeting. Bike parking is located at the southeast corner of our guest lot.

  • Metro Denver PPAN Monthly Meeting

    TBA

    Are you interested in doing what you can to help reverse the serious decline in pollinator health? Concerned about the impact of pesticides on human health and the environment? Frustrated by working alone? By working together we can learn about the issues, educate our neighbors, park, schools and government and advocate for change. The Metro Denver People and Pollinators Action Network meets monthly on the 3rd Monday at 7 pm. Our mission is to create systemic change to improve the health of people and pollinators. By connecting neighbors across Metro Denver PPAN we can help Denver become a leader in pollinator protection. Please join us! Everyone welcome! Park for free in lot. Enter on Madison. Gate opens automatically Daniels Fund is located in a residential neighborhood. Therefore, we ask our guests to be considerate of our neighbors by parking in our guest parking lot and not on residential streets. The parking lot is located at First Avenue and Madison Street, immediately to the west of our building. Enter from Madison Street. Parking is complimentary. The gate will open automatically upon entry or exit, and no code is needed. Accessible parking is available in our underground parking garage upon request. To request access, please notify us prior to your meeting. Bike parking is located at the southeast corner of our guest lot.

  • Metro Denver PPAN Monthly Meeting

    TBA

    Are you interested in doing what you can to help reverse the serious decline in pollinator health? Concerned about the impact of pesticides on human health and the environment? Frustrated by working alone? By working together we can learn about the issues, educate our neighbors, park, schools and government and advocate for change. The Metro Denver People and Pollinators Action Network meets monthly on the 3rd Monday at 7 pm. Our mission is to create systemic change to improve the health of people and pollinators. By connecting neighbors across Metro Denver PPAN we can help Denver become a leader in pollinator protection. Please join us! Everyone welcome! Park for free in lot. Enter on Madison. Gate opens automatically Daniels Fund is located in a residential neighborhood. Therefore, we ask our guests to be considerate of our neighbors by parking in our guest parking lot and not on residential streets. The parking lot is located at First Avenue and Madison Street, immediately to the west of our building. Enter from Madison Street. Parking is complimentary. The gate will open automatically upon entry or exit, and no code is needed. Accessible parking is available in our underground parking garage upon request. To request access, please notify us prior to your meeting. Bike parking is located at the southeast corner of our guest lot.

  • Metro Denver PPAN Monthly Meeting

    TBA

    Are you interested in doing what you can to help reverse the serious decline in pollinator health? Concerned about the impact of pesticides on human health and the environment? Frustrated by working alone? By working together we can learn about the issues, educate our neighbors, park, schools and government and advocate for change. The Metro Denver People and Pollinators Action Network meets monthly on the 3rd Monday at 7 pm. Our mission is to create systemic change to improve the health of people and pollinators. By connecting neighbors across Metro Denver PPAN we can help Denver become a leader in pollinator protection. Please join us! Everyone welcome! Park for free in lot. Enter on Madison. Gate opens automatically Daniels Fund is located in a residential neighborhood. Therefore, we ask our guests to be considerate of our neighbors by parking in our guest parking lot and not on residential streets. The parking lot is located at First Avenue and Madison Street, immediately to the west of our building. Enter from Madison Street. Parking is complimentary. The gate will open automatically upon entry or exit, and no code is needed. Accessible parking is available in our underground parking garage upon request. To request access, please notify us prior to your meeting. Bike parking is located at the southeast corner of our guest lot.

  • Metro Denver PPAN Monthly Meeting

    TBA

    Are you interested in doing what you can to help reverse the serious decline in pollinator health? Concerned about the impact of pesticides on human health and the environment? Frustrated by working alone? By working together we can learn about the issues, educate our neighbors, park, schools and government and advocate for change. The Metro Denver People and Pollinators Action Network meets monthly on the 3rd Monday at 7 pm. Our mission is to create systemic change to improve the health of people and pollinators. By connecting neighbors across Metro Denver PPAN we can help Denver become a leader in pollinator protection. Please join us! Everyone welcome! Park for free in lot. Enter on Madison. Gate opens automatically Daniels Fund is located in a residential neighborhood. Therefore, we ask our guests to be considerate of our neighbors by parking in our guest parking lot and not on residential streets. The parking lot is located at First Avenue and Madison Street, immediately to the west of our building. Enter from Madison Street. Parking is complimentary. The gate will open automatically upon entry or exit, and no code is needed. Accessible parking is available in our underground parking garage upon request. To request access, please notify us prior to your meeting. Bike parking is located at the southeast corner of our guest lot.