Join us on our multigenerational arts and ecology field trips. Explore, learn about local ecology, and try out a new art skill. You will take an easy to moderate hike co-led by a WWF staff member and an arts expert who will guide you through interconnected information about the local ecosystem and a new art skill.
Ages: 8 to 108
Time: 9 am - noonish
Cost: $30 per individual or $100 per family (up to 2 adults and up to 3 kids) for each event (supplies except cameras included)
Date: June 11
Lander is pretty as a postcard, and you'll get a chance to try out watercolors and paint your own postcard of our unique landscape.
Create a Nature Journal
Date: July 9
A good journal can be a wealth of scientific data -AND- a work of art. Learn what kinds of information, drawings, and techniques you can use to create a journal full of memories you will treasure for years to come.
Found Object Sculptures
Date: July 23
Doesn't that stick look like a bird's head? Nah, more like a gnome. Use found objects and a little imagination to put together a sculpture like no other that is sure to start conversations and remind you of all of the different ways we can think about our wild landscapes.
Date: August 6
Learn how to frame and capture images from your adventures. Landscapes? Closeups? Form and texture? Bring all of your questions about how to create a photograph that is as captivating as our local scenery.