2016 Dog Days
Jan 9 to Dec 17
Bring your canine friends for an afternoon of romping in the garden. In the winter, cross-country skiers and snowshoers also welcome, and in the warmer...
Tai Chi in the Garden: Tai Chi Plus - Harmonizing with Nature
Jun 1 to Jun 29
Angela Laughingheart combines the soft moving sequences of Tai Chi and Qigong with readings from the Chinese classics, bringing mind and body in harmony with...
Yoga in the Garden
Jul 9 to Aug 6
Heather Eiden, ceramic artist, art educator and yoga instructor, offers a weekly beginning/intermediate Hatha Yoga class at Lynden. The class will take place outdoors, and...
From warming trout streams to decreasing ice cover, lower lake levels to extreme heat, Climate Wisconsin tells stories of our rapidly changing climate. The collection...
Fishes of Wisconsin
This single volume, published by the University of Wisconsin Press, represents an unmatched reference guide for those interested in species of fish in Wisconsin as...
History of Limnology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison
This image collection presents three generations of limnological research in Wisconsin. The collection mainly focuses on the important pioneers of limnology (Dr. Edward A. Birge,...
Aldo Leopold Foundation
The foundation's goal is to share the legacy of Aldo Leopold and to awaken an ecological conscience in the people of our nation, through tours...
We offer free field trips and excursions to learners of all ages to learn about science through hands-on exploration.
Center for the Humanities
The Center for the Humanities is the primary forum on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus for coordinating and sponsoring activities and events in the humanities....
How We Know What We Know--Tomas Baer
In a non-scientific and accessible way, this seminar will explore historical and modern aspects of experiments and theories that have lead to profound knowledge about...
Dates: Jun 26 to Jul 1
The Intractable Policy Challenges of Climate Change
Participants will work through facts and figures on energy use and economic activity that explain why climate change is imminent. The course will then move...
Dates: Jul 31 to Aug 5
Everyday Herbalism: Backyard & Kitchen Remedies for Natural Health--Jacquelyn Dobrinska
Participants will learn the foundations of herbal medicine, traditions of health, progression of health, history use of herbs, scientific application of herbal medicine, remedies in...
Dates: Sep 11 to Sep 16