Art Initiative Prompts Students to Share Their View of Nature

Apr 3, 2020


  Roaring Fork Outdoor Volunteers was originally founded to build and restore trails. In 2012, they also started an in-school K-12 education program, teaching everything from snowshoeing to gardening. But now with in-person classes canceled, they’re coming up with new ways to keep students engaged with the outdoors. KDNK's Lucas Turner spoke to Jacob Baker, Communications and Outreach Coordinator for Roaring Fork Outdoor Volunteers about their new initiative “My Window, Our World.”

Art by Kayleigh Flynn- 2nd Grade, Aspen Community School
Credit Kayleigh Flynn / Roaring Fork Outdoor Volunteers