See the twilight forest by candlelight on our annual lantern walk.
What does it take to survive in the cold of winter? Where can we find food? Where can we find shelter?
Beginners pair up with experienced birders to continue the annual tradition of monitoring the species richness and abundance of birds that winter here.
By using the natural resources here at the Schuylkill Center, we will enhance our navigation and tracking skills, and learn to travel unseen through the forest.
Learn how to make fire in a damp winter, and then hike to find edibles to cook on our fire.
Get some fresh air and exercise while maintaining the beauty and biodiversity of our forest.
Join us to see this magnificent tree and other giants on this guided hike. Learn how to identify these trees based on their winter characteristics, such as shape and bark pattern.
You will meet the teachers, tour the classrooms, and engage in conversations to envision a day at Nature Preschool, including details on our all-new nature-immersion classroom where children spend their entire session out of doors.
We are proud to present Community, a gallery show celebrating the art work of Schuylkill Center members.
On a brisk walk followed by a cozy fire, learn how our trees make it through the winter.
These night hunters are rarely seen, although traces of them can be found by a watchful eye.
Where do animals go in the winter? Where do they find food, water, and shelter?
You can be steward of the land by helping us remove invasive plants, plant native species, and clean up trails. No experience necessary.
You’ll learn all about toads, toad handling and shift sign-ups. Volunteers are needed for evening shifts from March through June.
Let’s take a break from the cold and get the blood flowing at Sky Zone.
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.