Behind The Scenes In Rocky Mountain National Park
Have you ever wondered what it takes to run a park like Rocky? Here is your chance to find out the secrets of how the employees of the Park work to keep Park operations running smoothly for visitors like you. May 10th, on this Rocky Mountain Nature Association (RMNA) seminar, participants will stroll along paved pathways to experience the “behind the scenes” functions of the backcountry office, volunteer office, ranger operations station, Park greenhouse, and museum storage facility. This journey will end at the RMNA headquarters building where participants can eat their lunches and learn how to help support Rocky Mountain National Park.
The class will be led by Rachel Balduzzi, seminar manager for RMNA. She was an interpretation ranger for many years in Rocky Mountain National Park, and was also the lead education technician for the Park’s environmental education department for four years. After receiving an M.A. degree in education, she taught elementary school in Estes Park before returning to her true love of educating both children and adults about the natural and cultural history of the Estes Valley and the Rocky Mountains.
For more information or to register for this and other Rocky Mountain Field Seminars, visit our website at rmna.org or contact us by phone at 970-586-3262.