Workshops

2018 Workshops at Bluebird Trail Farm

Workshops will be held every Tuesday from 5pm to 8pm*. Please wear boots, bring a hat and water bottle.

Cost is $12 a person. Please print and sign this waiver or get one at the farm.
Children 4 and up can stay with a signed permission slip.

*Exceptions to this time slot will be noted

OUR TREES AND THEIR PRODUCTS

Date: July 10th

Discover the many different trees that grow in our region. Sample many of the tasty products trees provide us with. Use materials from the trees to make a nice craft to take home!


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ANIMAL TRACKING

Date: July 17th

Who made that print? Become an animal detective on the Bluebird Trail and follow the tracks of our native animals and their habitats. Make a nice animal themed project to take home.


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WILDFLOWERS

Date: July 24th

Walk our wildflower trail and discover the beautiful daisies, bachelor buttons, and other assorted flowers that grow natively. Learn to identify them and also learn what animals and insects depend on them. Take home a bouquet of flowers and a beautiful framed wildflower project.


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OWLS

Date: July 31st

Learn about the owls who live in our region – their peculiar behaviors, calls and interesting lives.


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NATURE T-SHIRTS

Date: August 7th

Design and decorate your own T-shirt using all products from nature and the garden. Take home a colorful, unique shirt to wear.


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BUILD A TERRARIUM

Date: August 14th


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FROGS AND TOADS

Date: August 21st

Catch and release some frogs and toads, learn how to identify their calls and the different species that live in our region. Make a toad home to take with you.


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EARTH ART PROJECTS

Date: August 28th

Make beautiful, but temporary art projects using materials from nature. Enjoy the moments of beauty you can create and remember.


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INSECTS

Date: September 4th

BUZZ! Make an insect hotel and then collect the insects on the Bluebird Trail. Learn about how insects can be beneficial or harmful to our world.


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