Who We Are

EcoAdventures was founded twenty years ago on the premise that education can be outdoors, hands-on, self directed, and fun!

Although we are based in the mountains west of Denver, we are happy to travel throughout the region.

Pam (our founder) loves to introduce children to the natural and cultural history of Colorado. She learned her craft at Colorado State University while earning her Bachelor’s of Science degree in Natural Resource Management. She has been an interpretive naturalist and volunteer coordinator at several Colorado parks, ran the Lookout Mountain Nature Center, worked for the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, and the Colorado Division of Wildlife, and was an instructor for Project Wet/Project Wild/Project Learning Tree. She is also an instructor at the Colorado School of Mines in their teacher re-certifaction program.

Trey (field instructor) has a passion for the outdoors and education. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Anthropology and did some graduate work in history and public history at the University of Colorado at Denver. He has been a Park Ranger for the National Park Service, an educator at Clear Creek History Park, Historic Farm Manager at Littleton Historical Museum, and Curator of Education at Fort Caspar Museum.

Colorado School of Mines Wild Felines class