Want to start a vegetable garden and not sure how? Learn tips and tricks from our seasoned gardeners!
Interested in getting outside and helping the environment at the same time? Come volunteer! Garden and ground, administration, event and store help needed.
Learn how to tie nautical knots – fishing, boating and more. Appropriate for ages 10 and up.
Carnivorous plants – venus fly traps, sundews and pitcher plants – love meaty insects and more! Learn how to grow a carnivorous plant garden by recreating their natural habitat conditions.
This class will introduce you to the poisonous dark side of plants and the harm they can inflict. Learn to identify the more common dark plants.
Come see what winter birds we can catch and release for science. Bird banding is an universal, indispensable technique for studying the movement, survival and behavior of birds.
Learn the seed starting basics to properly grow plants from seeds indoors to prepare for your Spring gardening. This class will begin in the classroom with hands-on learning in the greenhouse next door.
As a citizen scientist you’ll learn about butterfly biology, ecology and behavior and what it takes to identify butterflies for scientific research. Sponsored by the Illinois Butterfly Monitoring Network.
Come learn how to identify native Indiana Trees with trained naturalist staff.