Weekly Activities – July 7

Educational Activities from Garden Educator JoAnn Vrilakas

Learn about Bees & Butterflies & Become a Community Scientist!

Community science (sometimes referred to as “participatory science” or “citizen science”) is a form of research that provides everyone—regardless of their background—an opportunity to contribute meaningful data to further our scientific understanding of key issues. https://xerces.org/community-science

Xerces Society logo (PRNewsFoto/General Mills)

Martime Northwest Citizen Science Monitoring Guide

Click here for a Xerces Society guide that explains the process, gives you identification tools, and provides you with recording sheets.

Fun Activities – May 9

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.

Fun Activities – August 11

BIRDS, BUTTERFLIES, PLANTS & TREES!

Attracting Pollinators VIRTUAL – presented by EMSWCD

Learn about the different kinds of pollinators that might be living in your garden and how to support them!

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.

Rhododendrons

Still Partying Like It’s 1999

Forest Bathing Walks

Shinrin Guided walks with Irene Bailey

Fun Activities – May 30

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.

Fun Activities – May 16

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.

Urban Weeds VIRTUAL – presented by EMSWCD

Learn weed identification and tips!

Beneficial Insects VIRTUAL – presented by EMSWCD

Meet the beetles, bugs, flies, lacewings and other invertebrates such as spiders and centipedes that work around the clock to provide free pest control.

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