Trade the sweaty gym for open skies, fresh air, and friendly company with an invigorating walk along our beautiful trails.
Get some fresh air and exercise while helping maintain the beauty and biodiversity of our forest.
Start your holiday shopping with our great selection of gifts for nature lovers. Choose from various sizes and types of birdseed.
Spend an evening with LandLab artists Zya S. Levy and Kaitlin Pomerantz of WE THE WEEDS.
Celebrate the arrival of winter at this star-themed festival, in partnership with The Philadelphia School. As the earth takes its turn towards the winter solstice, we’ll look above and explore the stars.
Get some fresh air and exercise while helping maintain the beauty and biodiversity of our forest. Be a steward of the land by helping us remove invasive plants, plant native species, and clean up trails.
Don’t stay cooped up inside when the weather turns cold this winter! Get out of the house and stretch those legs with an invigorating walk along the Schuylkill Center’s beautiful trails.
Play and learn with parent-child nature activities inspired by the world around us. We’ll search for animal tracks, make arts and crafts, and play in the all-natural Tall Trees Playscape.
Winter is a great time to dream of spring and plan new plantings. Forager Tama Matsuoka Wong will talk about a different type of garden, one that provides a buffet of delicious wild ingredients.
Learn more about Nature Preschool, our pioneering school for children ages 3-5. Visit the classrooms, meet key staff, find out details on our curriculum and schedule, ask questions, and pick up a registration packet.
We’ll be roughing it like our ancestors. Finding food, shelter, and water is no easy task, but knowing where to look is the first step in surviving winter in the wild.
What makes dough rise? Why are peppers so spicy? How is ice cream made?
Take a guided hike to see the largest trees in our forest, some with a circumference of over 12 feet. Gain a historical perspective of the land while learning how these trees escaped harvest during a time dominated by agriculture and logging.
Environmental art, by its nature, explores the far edge of both art and the environmental movement. As climate change becomes a part of daily reality, environmental art is evolving to respond. Artist Mary Mattingly presents the James Lecture on the emerging edge of environmental art.