Jenkins Arboretum & Gardens is a living, growing, vibrant classroom for people of all ages. From seed propagation workshops to kids nature exploration, rhododendron lectures to botanical illustration, yoga practice to bird walks, there is always something new to learn, create, or experience at Jenkins!
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Explore the strategies and adaptations that native animals use to survive the winter.THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21 How Animals Overwinter 7:00 – 8:30 PM Leah Brooks, Public Programs Assistant, Mt. Cuba Center Unlock the secrets of frogs that freeze, mammals that hunker in hollows, butterflies that bunk under bark, and much more! Join Leah Brooks as she explores the strategies and adaptations that native animals use to survive the winter. Discover how you can easily create overwintering …
Discover how to develop your power of observation in nature! THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1(rescheduled from Thurs, Nov 16, 2023) Thinking Like a Naturalist: Reclaiming the Art of Natural History 7:00 – 8:30 PM John Muir Laws, Author, Naturalist, and Founder of the Wild Wonder Foundation Did you know that your power of observation is not a static trait but a skill you can develop? How can you get more out of every nature ramble? Developments in …