The Nature of Things is a science-based program for adults who want to expand their knowledge of the natural world. Most programs in the series include both a seminar and a field study, allowing participants to gain relevant background information before applying their new knowledge or skills out in the field. Our guest presenters include naturalists, rangers, photographers, authors and educators. If you have an interest in science and want to gain a deeper understanding and appreciation of the Sacramento region, its wildlife and history, join us for… The Nature of Things!
Ages 12 to adult, unless otherwise specified in program description
Program costs vary, depending on presenter, subject and number of seminar and field studies included.
Cancellation/Refund Policy: A 10% fee will apply to refunds for a cancellation made more than 48 hours prior to the event. No refunds will be given if cancellation is 48 hours or less before the event (or post event).
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Hidden Falls Regional Park – Spring Hiking Program Join naturalist Kristen on Saturday, May 28 for a beautiful day of hiking at the Hidden Falls Reginal Park in Auburn (Placer County). During the hike, you and Kristen will explore and identify the local flora and fauna as well as enjoy a small picnic along the […]
The forest provides more than we typically perceive. Have you caught yourself "day dreaming" as you look out a window? Caught yourself laughing with baby animal videos? Forest therapy walks are not nature hikes and not meditation retreats. Drawing from old traditions and relatively new findings nature and forest therapy walks are brief immersions into something you create with Nature.