Guided walks, workshops and presentations which explore our connections to the natural world.

You are invited to lace up your hiking shoes for one of our Wildflower Walks or nature walks around the area or join us inside for one of our special seasonal programs. 


Sanguinaria canadensis  -  Bloodroot,   Photo by Link Davis

Sanguinaria canadensis  -  Bloodroot,   Photo by Link Davis

Wildflower Walk
Saturday, April 22, 2017 

Time: 9:30 am
Location: Fulshaw Craeg - Craven's Meadows
Fee: Free
Guide: Link Davis

Join us for our first wildflower walk of the season!  

No advance registration required.


Rain Barrel Building Workshop
Saturday, May 20, 2017 

Time: 9:00 am to 12:00 pm
Location: The Conservancy
Fee*:  $55 Members/ $65 Nonmembers
Guide: Jessie Kemper, PWC Conservation Coordinator
*Advance registration required.

All the supplies for making the rain barrel will be provided. 

Rain Barrels: Most homesteads, farms and even urban homes once had a rain barrel or cistern to store rainwater for other uses. Rain water is "soft water" and is very easy on plants and even cars. Even if you don't use the rainwater in the barrel for any specific purpose, you can reduce the negative impacts of stormwater by allowing the rain barrel to empty slowly. 


Galearis spectabilis  -  Showy Orchis , Photo by Link Davis

Galearis spectabilis  -  Showy Orchis , Photo by Link Davis

Wildflower Walk
Saturday, May 20, 2017 

Time: 9:30 am
Location: Overlook Trail - Evansburg
Fee: Free
Guide: Link Davis
No advance registration required.

Join us for a fun and relaxing wildflower walk!  

 


Thank you to our Out & About Exploration Series Sponsor!