Register now for this new educational series!
Too cold and wet to go to Bernheim? Now you can enjoy the wonders of the forest with Bernheim’s experts in this new online adult educational series! Fill your chilly Friday lunchtimes with vibrant, fun virtual programming about winter wildlife, useful plants, and how to identify trees in winter.
Events take place over Zoom with time for live questions and discussion afterward. Zoom links will be sent via email prior to the program.
To register for individual sessions, either click the individual session name below or after clicking the “Register” button above, you can register for individual sessions (themes listed below) by clicking “Show individual events” near the middle of the page, and select the session(s) you’d like to attend.
Friday January 14, 12-12:45 p.m.
Director of Horticulture and Sustainable Landscapes Renee Frith: “Be My Bud: How to ID Trees in Winter.”
Friday January 28, 12-12:45 p.m.
Director of Conservation Andrew Berry and Natural Areas Manager Evan Patrick: “Golden Eagles of Bernheim.”
Friday February 11, 12-12:45 p.m.
Natural Areas Manager Evan Patrick and Director of Conservation Andrew Berry : “Hidden Wildlife of Bernheim.”
Friday February 25, 12-12:45 p.m.
Interpretive Programs Manager Wren Smith: “Foraging for useful plants in winter, searching for early signs of spring.”