Get some fresh air and exercise while maintaining the beauty and biodiversity of our forest.
Spend a summer evening connecting with nature and centering your mind and body.
Become a citizen-scientist while learning the life histories of monarchs, swallowtails, cabbage whites, and many more.
Bring your family and your pails out to gather these sweet and delicious gems of summer.
How does art that idealizes nature change the way we see the world? University of the Arts master lecturer Cristine Larson returns to talk about nature in art.
It’s the party of the year – a summer picnic celebrating our 50th anniversary with a barbecue presented by Weaver’s Way Co-op.
Come for a foraging and learning hike in preparation for Saturday's natural dyeing workshop. We'll learn all about how to identify common dye plants and when and how to collect them.
We'll learn about the history of natural dyeing then dye silk scarves.
Come for fun in our natural playscape to explore the mud kitchen, play on the music wall, and more as you and your children enjoy the wonders of the outdoors while meeting other families.
It’s fun for the little ones every Saturday morning. First, we gather in the Discovery Center for story time, and then go on a naturalist-led exploration on our trails. We’ll explore different nature themes each week.
Learn the basics of making beer with Home Brewed Events, hike through the woods looking for invasive plants to harvest and brew with, and take home your own beer.
More than 60 meteors shoot through the sky every hour during the Perseid Meteor shower – so join us to watch these falling stars
Become a steward of the land by helping us remove invasive plants, plant native species, and clean up trails.