Volunteers are invited to join us for spirits and light refreshments in the late summer evening in our greenhouse as we honor our dedicated volunteers who work with us.
In this workshop, we will discuss the medicinal properties of some common plants and learn recipes to make a variety of herbal first-aid products.
Help us improve the health and biodiversity of our forest while getting to know the Center's property.
Paddling from the Pencoyd to Manayunk bridges, we’ll see—and learn the stories of—mills, locks, bridges and the canal, using old maps and photos to tell the story of Manayunk and its beloved river.
Save on birdseed, seed mixes, and suet—in quantities from 4-50 lb. bags. Members receive 20% off birdseed and non-members receive 10% off birdseed.
Stock up for fall! Replenish your garden with native trees, shrubs, grasses like Indian Grass and Big Bluestem, and fall-blooming wildflowers like goldenrod, asters, and alumroot.
Come early for a special walk through the fall plant sale to learn about native plants with John Janick from Good Host Plants and our very own Andrew Kirkpatrick!
Greet fall with some outdoor exercise on the trails. The walk will be led at a moderate pace; be prepared for uneven terrain.
The day offers a mixture of natural history, environmental art, and humanities.
The Schuylkill Center and the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society are partnering up to create a joint book club to build climate change literacy, awareness, and action.
Jenny Roe Sawyer, of From the Earth Dance, presents a movement workshop which offers a place to ground your energy in the earth, reconnect with your body, activate your natural energy, and rejuvenate your spirit.
Registration is required and will open by September 1. Be one of the first 25 people to register and pick up a free copy of the book while supplies last.
Herbal remedies can promote immune function, calm an anxious mind, aid sleep, and promote detoxification and renewal.
We are thrilled to present the 2017 Henry Meigs Environmental Leadership Award, our highest honor, to longtime community leader Kay Sykora.
The Schuylkill Center is building a network of artists working in the environmental realm through periodic casual gatherings that give artists the opportunity to connect with each other and with potential collaborators in other disciplines.
Experience winter with some outdoor exercise on the trails. The walk will be led at a moderate pace; be prepared for uneven terrain.