Explore our waterways, from ponds and wetlands to streams and the Schuylkill River.
On this adventurous day we’re heading to the rock gym to learn the basics of the craft.
We’ll explore the unique Ringing Rocks boulder field where the stones, some piled ten feet tall, ring like bells when hit with a hammer.
Explore this unique arboretum in a suburban neighborhood, whose amazing specimen trees and diverse plant collections were cultivated for teaching in formal and informal garden settings.
Today we’re making fall journals – come collect the most beautiful leaves of the fall and press them into a book to take home.
Come play, explore, and dream with your child in Tall Trees Nature Playscape, our all-natural outdoor play space.
Take a hike along one of the few intact first order streams in Philadelphia and explore the life of the stream as it flows down to the Schuylkill River.
Like our founding fathers did in Old City back in the day, we’ll gather around a blazing fire to hoist a pint (or two!) of brew and discuss the crazy politics of this election cycle.
Learn all about our nature-based preschool program, for ages 3 – 5. Explore the curriculum, philosophy, and values of our Nature Preschool, meet the teachers, and tour the classrooms
What makes peppers spicy? Why does dough rise? How important are farms? We’ll find out all about food in this delicious day.
join us for a conversation with our experienced preschool teachers and staff from local elementary school to talk about the transition from preschool to kindergarten.
Today is dedicated to geology. We’ll hike to a few special spots and dig in with hammers and chisels.
We are thrilled to present the 2016 Henry Meigs Environmental Leadership Award to Carole Williams-Green, the dynamic founder and president of the Cobbs Creek Community Environmental Education Center in West Philadelphia.