Celebrate Water Awareness Month
April is Water Awareness Month in Arizona and here in the central highlands, we are lucky enough to have some spectacular water features. This April, learn more about the local creeks and water conservation methods with the Highlands Center and the City of Prescott. Pickup a water activity kit at Discovery Saturday in the James Family Discovery Gardens on April 24th from 9am-12pm. Each kit has a booklet with activities concerning water science and art, and the tools to complete those activities. After receiving your kit, we encourage you to explore lynx creek, which runs through our grounds. We will also be sharing educational videos about water all month long, be featured in the Prescott Library Viewerie, and offering a free presentation through zoom with Dr. Scott Bonar or Desert Fishes.
Children’s Literature in Nature
In conjunction with our adult book club, our partner Peregrine Book Company is offering 10% off Plant the Tiny Seed, by Christie Matheson. Plant the Tine Seed is a picture book following the growth of a seed into a flower. We recommend picking up this book and watching plants bloom in our Discovery Gardens and Forest Play. Click the book title to learn more about the book and purchase it. Use the code NATUREEDU for the discount when purchasing online. Code valid until May 7th.
Highlands Nature Camp Scholarship Policy
Scholarships are limited to two per child per year, whether it is for one Spring or Fall Break program, Summer Camp, or Knee-High Naturalists sessions. To apply, fill out the application below at least 30 days before your session start date.
For additional questions on scholarship applications please call 928.776.9550