From time to time, we offer public hikes, workshops, and other programs that are open to the general public and families. Check here for any scheduled events.
Indiana Master Naturalist class
Tuesdays, January 10-March 7, 2017
Karst Farm Park Commons
$50 per person or $75 for more than one person in the same household
Learn about birds, insects, trees, geology, water, and much more in this series of classes presented by expert speakers. Follow-up by volunteering and earning a certificate and pin or just expand your own knowledge.
Bird Outing to Flatwoods Park
Saturday, February 25, 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Feel a little iffy on your bird I.D.? Join naturalist and birder, Sandy Belth for a morning of birding at Flatwoods Park. We will go over what to look for while identifying birds. Meet at the Flatwoods Park parking area. Please bring your binoculars if you have them. If not, we will have some available for you to borrow. Wear appropriate footwear, some areas of the park are rather squishy and wet. We will be walking to the far end of the park on mowed trails and through the woods. For more information, or to register, call 812-360-8715 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
March 20-21, 6-8:30 PM
Spring peepers are starting to call. Curious about frogs and toads? Learn more at a Frogwatch workshop, March 20-21, 6-8:30 PM at Karst Farm Park. We'll talk about the value of wetlands, amphibian biology and life cycles, population declines, and the species found in our area. You'll find out how to become a volunteer frog monitor and collect data to submit to Frogwatch USA. Cost is $5 for both nights and registration is required. Contact us in person or by phone or register here.