Weekly Learning – August 25

Educational Activities from Garden Educator JoAnn Vrilakas

“Why pay money for the horror movies? Just go to a street without trees!”
― Mehmet Murat ildan

Portland State researchers have launched a website that pinpoints trees in Portland and connects them with historic events, family memories, urban legends and more. Anyone can contribute stories on CanopyStory.org.

Canopy Stories – Portland Tree Map

Fun Activities – May 23

There is plenty to do during this time of physical distancing, from community science projects for all ages, to fun and engaging stories and videos for little children.

City Nature Challenge 2021

Ideas and resources to help you look for, find, attract, and document nature in your house or yard!

Forest Bathing Walks

Shinrin Guided walks with Irene Bailey

Fun Activities – May 2

There is plenty to do during this time of physical distancing, from community science projects for all ages, to fun and engaging stories and videos for little children.

Ikebana in a Box – VIRTUAL

Japanese floral art with Nana Bellerud

Community Habitat Enhancement Project

“This area is toast!” A restoration expert’s reaction to Leach Garden’s eastern five acres sounds daunting but knowing that the magical beauty of Garden grew from the remains of a pig farm provides great hope and momentum.

Introductions to Mushroom Identification – VIRTUAL

Learn about mushrooms with Leah Bendlin

New Scavenger Hunts for Your Garden Visit!

Explore the garden and make discoveries!

Lovely and Subtle Changes

I am so fortunate to have an intimate link with the elements of this garden, and to share them with others.

Fun Activities – June 20

There is plenty to do during this time of physical distancing, from community science projects for all ages, to fun and engaging stories and videos for little children.

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