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Walking Mountains' 3rd & 4th Grade Virtual Learning
Join Walking Mountains Educators for a 10-Week Virtual Learning Series for 3rd/4th grade students. Each week’s lesson will be fun, engaging, and align with Colorado State Science Standards.

To allow for a truly engaging learning environment, each session will be limited to 25 participants, but LIVE video feed will be available on Walking Mountains Youtube Channel. If you are late to sign-in, you can still watch and follow along on YouTube.

The 10-week session will run from September 9 through November 18, with no Virtual Learning during Eagle County Schools Fall Break, October 14, 2020.
Sep 23, 2020 01:00 PM
Sep 30, 2020 01:00 PM
Oct 7, 2020 01:00 PM
Oct 21, 2020 01:00 PM
Oct 28, 2020 01:00 PM
Nov 4, 2020 01:00 PM
Nov 11, 2020 01:00 PM
Nov 18, 2020 01:00 PM
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Riley Gaines
Graduate Fellow & Educator @Walking Mountains Science Center
Riley Gaines was born in Iowa but grew up in Wisconsin. As a child, he enjoyed kayaking, hiking, and camping with his family. In the fall of 2013, he went to a semester-long high school program in Northern Wisconsin called Conserve School. There he was immersed in an outdoor classroom that fostered a deeper appreciation for the natural world. He continued his education at the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point where he received his B.S. in Environmental Education and Interpretation. Most recently he worked as a Field Instructor at Treehaven Field Station, where he instructed lessons on outdoor skills and the local ecology. When he is not teaching, Riley enjoys expressing himself on a mountain bike, snowboard, or while rock climbing. He is excited to explore his new home in the Rocky Mountains.
Alex Griffith
Youth Programs Instructor @Walking Mountains Science Center
Alex grew up in Charlotte, North Carolina, but was fortunate enough to spend most summers growing up in the Appalachian Mountains, surrounded by the rich temperate rainforest of the southern Blue Ridge around Asheville, NC. Throughout his undergraduate education, he returned to work at the same summer camp, where he discovered a love for his work as an outdoor educator and backcountry trip leader. Upon completion of his B.S. in Environmental Science from Duke University, he fled to the frigid mountains of inland Maine, where he worked a season as a lift operator before stumbling into a position working as a seasonal educator for the Hurricane Island Center for Science and Leadership in midcoast Maine. After a few months spent living 12 miles from the mainland, he realized that the ocean was not for him and moved back to western North Carolina, where he found work as a field instructor for Muddy Sneakers—in addition to work as an antique salesman in Asheville. Alex recently complete