This 30-hour course is a hands-on learning and volunteer service opportunity that teaches Hoosiers about the natural resources around them.
Learn what wild plants are edible and how to cook them!
Learn how to create fairy and snail shell gardens.
Learn what to plant in your greenhouses, how to overwinter roses and how prune to reduce pest damage.
Project WILD is one of the most widely-used conservation and environmental education programs by K-12 educators. Program themes include animal habitat games, population ecology and endangered species.
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.
Learn how to tie nautical knots – fishing, boating and more. Appropriate for ages 10 and up.
Learn how to build a shelter, find water, build a fire and be kind to nature with Leave-No-Trace camping.
Learn how to make a necklace pendant in this pendant wire wrapping class. Student will be provided the stone, the wire and tools to make their pendant. Students may opt to bring their own pendant for wrapping. Instructor: Jayde Peterson Experienced artist Cost: $20 Members/ $25 Non-Members REGISTER HERE. Appropriate for all ages. This is a beginner’s course.