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If you are interested in speaking with a staff member for inclusion in a story, contact Kristen.Kidd@DinoRidge.org.
Dinosaur Ridge welcomes members of the press. To arrange interviews and a visit please contact Kristen.Kidd@DinoRidge.org.
Please note: Dinosaur Ridge is located on Jefferson County Open Space land, if you would like to gather drone video, a permit is required with at least 10-days notice. The permit form asks which park you are referring to: Matthews/Winters Park and specifically Dinosaur Ridge are the answers.
Video or Photography Shoots must be scheduled in a manner that will not interfere with normal Dinosaur Ridge operations.
To accommodate either, please complete the request form at least six weeks in advance, and no later than four weeks prior, to the requested production date.
With more than a dozen members, Dinosaur Ridge can provide a speaker for your group, offering a presentation of whatever length best suits your needs, either in-person or virtually.
Ideal for Rotary, Optimist, and Kiwanis clubs; community, specialty, and enthusiast groups, and more. Fill out the request form and a Dinosaur Ridge team member will connect with you right away.