Find out all about the LandLab artist residency at this information session.
6th Annual Richard L. James Lecture. One of the region’s great environmental stories is the explosive growth of The Circuit, the 750-mile trail network that connects the city to its nine surrounding counties, with long-distance links to the Poconos and DC.
Wake up Saturday morning and grab your hiking shoes for a naturalist-led exploration with the little ones.
Executive Director Mike Weilbacher leads a small group of Schuylkill Center members on an intimate nature walk through the show sharing the natural – and unnatural – history of many of the flowers there.
Come connect with nature and new friends! Help us improve the health and diversity of our forest while getting to know our property.
Doug Wechsler, author of The Hidden Life of the Toad, will read his story and then lead a hike looking for toad in our forest and ponds.
Our Land Steward Field Training is an intensive hands-on workshop; combining theory and practice to give participants a strong grounding in land stewardship work.
The toads are coming! See American toads up close, hear their trills, learn about toad natural history, and look for their eggs in ponds.
See American toads up close, hear their trills, learn about toad natural history, and look for their eggs in ponds.
Come play and explore with your child in Tall Trees Nature Playscape, our all-natural play space.
Enjoy this botanical happy hour, chat with staff, ask your gardening and native plant questions, and celebrate the coming warm weather.
We'll create lush spring arrangements with the best and first florals of the season, all grown in CHICORY's gardens in Philadelphia.