Natural History Classes
Ever wonder about our local Natural History? Come explore with us and see what you can discover. Our classes explore different aspects of our local flora, fauna and geology, and are designed to be interactive and experiential.
Insights to the Outdoors
Join us for our Insights to the Outdoors series. Classes are offered individually or in series. All classes are at The Highlands Center.
Ecological Connections and Biodiversity Workshop
with Walt Anderson
Join naturalist and Prescott College professor Walt Anderson for an experiential exercise in understanding and valuing biodiversity. “Biodiversity” is a foundation of the applied field of conservation biology, but like other buzzwords (e.g., nature, natural, conservation, sustainable), the word is used with little thought about depth, context, and implications. Walt will facilitate activities and discussions to help us see more, envision ecological connections, better understand how ecosystems work, and consider how each of us can help to achieve our goals with respect to biodiversity.
Where: Highlands Center for Natural History
(1375 South Walker Road)
When: November 18th | 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Cost: $18 Adults; 10% member discount
Registration required – limited space!