Every bonsai celebrates age, and tells a story. Unlike standard sculpture, a bonsai - a miniature tree in a pot - changes from day to...
Dates: Aug 10
Bird Watching Basics and More
Bird watching is an easy, life-long hobby with addictive qualities. Start off with some bird watching basics, going over equipment, field guides, techniques, and new...
Dates: Jun 19
Build a Sustainable Indoor Food Garden
Want to have fresh salad and other vegetables all winter, as well as create a wonderful green and sustainable ambience in your home? We will...
Dates: Sep 15
Cultivating Mindfulness: Growing a Lifelong Practice
“Mindfulness” is the latest buzzword in improving well-being and reducing stress, but what does it really mean? And how can we integrate it into our...
Dates: Nov 7
Environmental Explorers (for students entering grades 4-6)
Learn and perform field and laboratory techniques used by scientists studying the Upper Mississippi River. Collect and identify macro invertebrates: the small “critters” living in...
Dates: Jun 16 to Jun 17
Fall’s Glorious Trees and Shrubs
We will explore the boreal and deciduous forest, cedar swamps, grasslands, and beach communities of Door County to learn about which trees and shrubs grow...
Dates: Sep 27 to Oct 2
Group Thai-Yoga Class
Dates: Mar 4 to Jun 30
Impressions of Nature: Printmaking
A wide variety of printmaking techniques will be explored in this course including: block print, collagraph, monoprint/gelatin print, dry point and sun print. The natural...
Dates: Aug 15 to Aug 16
Learning the Language of the Earth: Recognizing Rocks and Minerals
This seminar is for anyone who is intrigued by the mystery of stones and would like to learn their secrets. We will focus not only...
Dates: Jun 21 to Jun 26
Listen to the Birds
The goal is to deepen your love and excitement for birds and to expose you to a new way of birding in which you learn...
Dates: Jun 14 to Jun 19
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