Join the Nielsen Library and Adams State Adventure Program (ASAP) for an exciting spring lecture series! Learn about our endlessly fascinating world. This series offers something for everyone: from fishing and hiking, to bat management and unidentified flying objects.
Our diverse group of guest speakers include Adams State students and staff, the United States Forest Service, and independent writers and researchers.
Each talk is free and open to the public and will take place from 6:00-7:30 pm in the second floor library lounge. Light refreshments will be provided. Bring your curiosity and a friend or two!
Full schedule as follows:
1. Wed, Mar 4: Curt Howell: Earth, Water, and Sky: A Call and Response
2. Tues, Mar 10: Deacon Aspinwall: Fly Fishing Around the San Luis Valley: the Zen,
Aesthetics, and Conservation of Chasing Trout
3. Wed, Mar 18: Jake Moberly: Walking the Camino de Santiago
4. Thur, Mar 19: Kristi and Andrew Yates: A Thru Hike: Finding Peace, Love, and
Adventure on the Appalachian Trail
5. Thur, Apr 9: Marilyn Loser: The Challenge and Joy of Gardening in the San Luis
6. Thur, Apr 23: Randy Ghormley / USFS: Ecology and Management of Bats in the
San Luis Valley
7. Thur, Apr 30: Sandra Wagner: Early Aquaculture on the Upper Rio Grande
8. Tues, May 5: Chris O’Brien: The Mysterious San Luis Valley