4/17/2013 email from Judd “Given the weather, today’s meeting is cancelled.
Since there is no urgency to meet, lets meet next month, May, on the 2nd Wednesday, and then we will be back on our normal schedule.”
4/7/2013 From Judd: “Our first meeting of the year has been in April, so mark your calendar for April 17, 6:30. Please let me know if you will be active this year and your interests. Trails will include regular maintenance and construction of a new trail from Mt. Sherman down to Sloan Trail Water Treatment Plant: we will continue removing weeds followed by seeding.”
05/24/2010 Jim E. emailed this information on Dryspike Sedge (Carex foenea): “It IS “an early fruiting species, but not what I thought. I saw it today on the trail of the USFS’ meadow inholding near here. Rather short with a tight spike on a single culm. The genus Carex is extremely difficult to key out (at least for me), with many species here on the Eastern Slope. A graduate student at CU/Boulder did his doctorate on these critters. You might pass this on to the few others for their take on this very common Carex adapted to dry conditions.”