Front Range Bioneers has a new name, venue and time of year!
Front Range Eco-Social Solutions:
A Bioneers Network Event
Save the Date: February 9 & 10, 2018
Location: Sustainability, Energy and Environment Complex
(SEEC) at CU-Boulder (map)
Even though the sessions and broadcasts are free, ADVANCE REGISTRATION is suggested.
If you have not registered in advance, you are welcome to register on-site in the SEEC Lobby starting at 8:30am each day.
Please note that we expect a great turnout and seating may be limited in some sessions. Seating is on a first-come, space-available basis.
Limited Seating: As the event is free and open to community, seating may be limited in some of the more popular sessions. Seating is on a first-come, space available basis. Please understand that if you arrive at a session and the room exceeds capacity, you may be asked to select another session.
Be considerate of the health of others and do not attend if you are contagious with illness.
Only service animals are allowed in the building. CU-Boulder recommends service animals be identifiable by wearing a vest or harness.
Some participants have chemical sensitivities and request participants refrain from wearing scented products.
Photography and video recording will take place in some sessions.
Follow campus parking rules. See parking info below
To make it possible for true collaboration, creativity, innovation, and idea exchange to thrive we are committed to facilitating a welcoming and respectful community for all. This Code of Conduct shares our community expectations and applies to all attendees, employees, exhibitors, speakers, sponsors, volunteers, and other participants. We empower all participants in our community to actively engage in creating a friendly and safe environment for all with these expectations:
Be kind and considerate. Respect personal space and common courtesy rules for personal interaction.
Be mindful of others around you to ensure a great experience for your fellow participants.
Refrain from displaying any demeaning, harassing, aggressive, or intimidating materials or behavior.
Promptly report any behavior that makes you or others feel uncomfortable.
Read more HERE
We are excited to announce that the event is FREE and open to the public! Please register in advance to help us plan accordingly. Seating is on a first-come basis.
Registration Fees Summary:
· General Registration Rate: FREE for everyone!!
Even though the event is free, ONLINE, ADVANCE REGISTRATION is encouraged to help us plan accordingly.
Help for a few hours to make the event happen! Volunteer Application Form
We encourage sustainable transportation to Bioneers. Please bus, bike, carpool, and walk if possible.
CU Sustainability, Energy and Environment Complex (SEEC), 4001 Discovery Dr, Boulder, CO 80303 https://goo.gl/maps/usWCE5zxuco
SEEC is located north of Colorado Ave, south of Arapahoe Ave, east of 30th St, west of Foothills Parkway. The event is in the MacAllister building, which sits on the north side of complex.
Onsite parking is available for $10/ day. You may purchase onsite from parking attendant. If you plan to attend for just a few hours, there is limited metered parking ($2.00/hour). Meters are located at the circle on the west side and one row of the lot northeast of the building.
Off-site parking: There is not legal street parking in direct proximity to SEEC. On Saturday only, parking is FREE in Lot 544 which is at 3665 Discovery Drive (if you drive past SEEC, it's the next building- just past the building under construction). This is within short walking distance.
If you are coming just for the Climbing PoeTree performance, parking in the SEEC lots will be free starting at 6pm on Saturday.
There are local bus routes with stops on 30th St, Colorado Ave, and Arapahoe Ave that run in close proximity to SEEC. These are: Jump (Arapahoe), Bound (30th), Stampede (Colorado).
Stampede Friday only. Runs to east campus and near SEEC from the main CU campus, with stops on the east side of Broadway at 20th Street, and Euclid and 18th streets
FLEX from Fort Collins. Runs from Fort Collins, Loveland, Berthoud, and Longmont, with a stop at the CU campus at Euclid and 18th streets – can transfer from that stop to the Stampede bus
FF routes from Denver Stop at Broadway and Euclid, with a short walk to the Stampede bus stop at Euclid and 18th streets
Park and Ride available along 36 (at Broomfield, Church Ranch, East Flatiron Circle, McCaslin, Sheridan or Table Mesa)
CU’s Discovery Express bus Runs Friday 8am-6pm from the Benson Earth Science building on the main CU campus, on the south side of Colorado west of Folsom St, and goes directly to the SEEC complex — can transfer to this bus from the
HOP bus which also stops at the Benson Earth Science building
Additionally, check out RTD's online trip planner
Biking or Walking: The Boulder Creek bike path runs just north of the SEEC complex
Coming in from out of town?
-Lodging is available in Boulder. View Boulder lodging options at: http://www.boulderlodging.com
-Homestays are available! To host or request a homestay, email bioneers 'at' colorado.edu