Living Laboratory

Living Laboratory Local 5th graders came out this week from Pinon Elementary for our first Living Laboratory field trip!  They learned about the historic Acequia Madre, studied soil and plant health, and got their hands dirty in the Railyard Park's compost pile!

YM360 Camp Group

YM360 Camp Group  A crew of 35 can really get a lot done in a day!  Trash pickup, elm and tree of heaven eradication, raking and sweeping, making water wells for crabapples, dead lavender removal - a beautiful renewal of the Rail Gardens.

Community Garden

Community Garden  – Summer 2022 Calling all vegetable growers! Would you like to join other kindred spirits out in the Park this summer? If so, there are still individual plots available in our Community Garden. It’s a great way to get outside, meet your neighbors and grow your own organic produce.

Bluegrass and Bagels

BLUEGRASS AND BAGELS Bluegrass and Bagels – Offered every second Sunday of the month! Meet at the Railyard Park’s Community Room for a bluegrass jam where folks are encouraged to share GospelGrass – TradGrass – NewGrass tunes through a typical jam format. PLUS – Thanks to Boultawn’s – we got bagels! (Tips or donations for

Queen Bee’s Kids Sing Along

QUEEN BEE KIDS SING ALONGS IN THE RAILYARD PARK Get those kids singing, moving, and shaking! Join weekly Kids Sing Alongs with Queen Bee Music Association and the Railyard Park Conservancy. Teacher B leads the class through a variety of engaging music games and sing-alongs, from classics like 'Twinkle, Twinkle Little

Native Bee House Project

NATIVE BEE HOUSE PROJECT "Millions of bees are dying off, with alarming consequences for our environment and our food supply. We rely on bees to pollinate everything from almonds to strawberries to the hay used to feed dairy cows. What happens if the bees disappear? It's simple; No bees, no food."

Sand Play Saturday

CHILDREN'S OUTDOOR EDUCATION PROGRAM The Railyard Park Conservancy is committed to working with educators to get kids learning outdoors and offering parents new ways to connect their children to nature. Children spend only minutes per day learning and playing outdoors and more than seven sedentary hours each day in front of electronic

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