Wisconsin in Watercolor: The Farmscapes of Paul Seifert
Apr 8 to Aug 30
German immigrant Paul Seifert came to Wisconsin and lived a creative life on the edges of society while deeply immersed in the Wisconsin River valley...
A Summer Nature Walk with Naomi Cobb
May 21 to Aug 27
Wednesdays, May 21, June 18, July 16 & August 27 Take advantage of Lynden's extended summer hours and drop in for a picnic (pack your...
Yoga & Tai Chi in the Garden
Jun 1 to Sep 28
YOGA & TAI CHI IN THE GARDEN Session I Tai Chi with Angela Laughingheart Wednesdays, 9 am-10:30 am - June 4-June 25, 2014 Sundays, 2-3:30 pm...
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...
EnAct is a free community program of Madison Environmental Group, Inc. In 2003, the EnAct: Steps to Greener Living program was developed with these goals:...
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...
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....
The Wild Mushrooms of Door County
This class will explore a variety of habitats in Door County’s parks and preserves to see where and how the wild mushrooms grow. Field identification...
Dates: Sep 14 to Sep 19
Identifying Wild Mushrooms
Get introduced to the world of fungi, and learn the skills needed to identify wild mushrooms! In the first half of the workshop, we will...
Dates: Sep 19
Aldo Leopold: An Ethical Compass for Our Time
This seminar will begin with discussion of Aldo Leopold’s classic A Sand County Almanac, then explore the relevance of his career and thought to contemporary...
Dates: Sep 21 to Sep 26