The Pingree Park campus is located in a high valley of the Rocky Mountains (9,000 feet above sea level), approximately 2 hours drive west of the city of Fort Collins. It is surrounded by two National Forests and Rocky Mountain National Park.
Undergraduate students with majors in forestry, natural resource management, rangeland ecology, watershed, ecosystem science and sustainability, and fish, wildlife, and conservation biology are required to attend a four-week summer session (NR220) at Pingree Park, typically in the summer between their sophomore and junior years.
In addition, forestry students are required to attend an additional two week session (F230) at Pingree Park that covers material specific to forestry.
Session 1 - June 16 - July 11 (001-50702 & L01-50704)
Session 2 - July 14 - August 8 (002-50703 & L02-50705)
Please see this registration flyer for information on registration (registration begins March 25th at noon). When you register in RamWeb make sure you choose the Summer Session when registering as RamWeb may default to Fall Semester.
Information about what to expect this summer will be posted here after registration is complete:
Slides from the Orientation Meeting
Books and Academic Supplies List
Information for students and residents about the Pingree Park Mountain Campus (e.g., what to expect, what you need, policies)
Forms (forthcoming) needing to be signed before attending NR 220:
Pingree Park Housing Agreement
NR 220 Liability Release
Van Driver Agreement
(before signed this form, watch the safety/defensive driving video here:
For those needing financial assistance, check out Student Financial Services for summer (http://sfs.colostate.edu/summer-financial-aid).
For students in WCNR, consider applying for a WCNR scholarship (http://taurus.cnr.colostate.edu/apps/scholarship/)
Consider applying to be a Resident Assistant at Pingree during your session (Resident Assistant job opportunity/application)
For graduate students, or past NR 220 students - consider being a TA for NR 220 (NR 220 TA announcement)
If you are a student in second session you might be interested in this boreal toad field technician position.
Information for students and residents (e.g., what to expect, what you need, policies)
F230, Summer 2014: June 1 - 13
See this flyer (F230 registration flyer) for more information.
Trees and Shrubs : Verbal Descriptions
Grasses and Forbs: Verbal Descriptions