|Deborah and Mike talk to |
about native plants and
how they were
used by the Ute Indians.
|Students continue their walk|
from the high desert
to the aspen ponderosa life zone
The Ute Learning Garden at the Mesa County Fairgrounds is designed to introduce students to the history of the Ute Indians of western Colorado. Students of all ages are welcome to visit and learn about the Ute Indians and how their lives in western Colorado. Signs are used to explain the plants for life zones from the high desert to the aspen ponderosa zones. Wickiups, a teepee, and primitive cooking areas are also available for viewing.
To set up a guided tour contact Susan Rose at 244-1841 or Susan.Rose@mesacounty.us.