Aspen Grove

The Aspen Grove ecosystem houses one of the American West’s most iconic tree species: Populus tremuloides, named for its dancing leaves that turn a shimmering bright gold in the fall.

Aspen Grove

Blog Posts

Building a watershed Snowshoeing Adventure

February 7, 2018 • by Teresa V.'s team

*Note to parents and students: the kids have written a sentence each about their experience so... Read More  


The 13 Fluffy Gangster Narwhales Field Day 2!

May 11, 2017 • by Audrey S.'s team

Wednesday May 10, 2017

Today we hiked to Payette Lake and the Aspen Grove. In Payette... Read More  


G.P daily post

March 22, 2017 • by Audrey S.'s team

Today we hiked to Aspen Grove and it was so pretty. We learn about trees and why they ar... Read More  


Super Sassy Salamanders explore the snow!

March 30, 2016 • by Sadie P.'s team

So today we went up to Ponderosa park to find interesting things in the snow.Then we dug snow... Read More  



Terrestrial Data: 9/14/2016 - 3:30pm
Date: 9/14/2016 - 3:30pm
Ava I's team
Weather: Overcast
Cloud Type: Stratus
Air Temperature: 9.7°C
Dissolved Oxygen:
Soil Temperature: 7.0°C
Light: 5800lux
Canopy Cover: 70%
School: Village Charter
Observation Notes: The Aspen Grove is in a bowl, of sorts Very lush with lots of green foliage Some dead and down trees The area feels moist.