Science for Everyone
This fall, Science for Everyone begins with two lectures highlighting Wisconsin lakes and archaeology:
Lake Level Fluctuation, Beach Development, and Dune Formation in Door County Over the Last 5000 Years
Tuesday, Sept. 16, 7pm at Riveredge Nature Center
Join Dr. Elmo Rawling, from the Wisconsin Geologic and Natural History Survey, as he discusses how the lake level has fluctuated dramatically in the Michigan/Huron basin for thousands of years.
Looking for Clues About the Past: An Introduction to Archaeology
Tuesday, Sept. 23, 7pm at Lac Lawrann Conservancy
Join Dr Chris Hayes as he presents a brief and fun introduction to archaeology and Wisconsin’s prehistoric past. There will be artifacts for you to touch and all questions at any time are encouraged.
For more information on these and other lectures, visit our Science for Everyone webpage.
Fall Program Openings
The fall program schedule is out! Register today to assure your spot in these fun programs.
For more information on the programs, visit our Public Programs page.
To sign up, go to the online Registration site.
The Headless Horseman Luminary Walk
Nature Story Time
Things that Go Bump in the Night
Mucking in the Mud
Fungus Among Us
Master Plan & Annual Report