August 4: Friends of the Forest:
Ponds and Beyond

For children ages 5-8 and their guardians

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August 11: Nature's Navigators:
Ponds and Beyond

For children ages 5-8 and their guardians

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August 5: Thursday Night Nature
Rewilding the Home Garden: Pathways to Abundance for People, Plants and Wildlife
Presented by Daron Williams

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July 22-August 12
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August 19: Thursday Night Nature
Native Gardens for Non-traditional Spaces: Re-wilding our Patios, Streets and Container Gardens
Presented by Shanti Nagel

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Our new hours as of July 1
Open Wednesday - Monday
CLOSED on Tuesday!

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Guided Wildflower Walks
Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays
11:00 am AND/OR 2:00 pm

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"Wild" Gentle Yoga:
Yoga to Connect with Yourself and Nature

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Volunteers wanted!
Weed Patrol
August 14, September 11, October 2

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Native Plant Nursery
Open for the Season

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What's there to See?
Download our July Trail Map
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Featured Events

2021 Featured
05Aug

Rewilding the Home Garden: Pathways to Abundance for People, Plants and Wildlife – Thursday Night Nature (Aug. 5)

Thursday, August 5 - 7:00 pm$15.00
People often think of the garden either as a place for wildlife, or as a place to grow food for human consumption. But people are a part of nature, and we can thrive together in abundance. This program will help you create abundant spaces that can feed your family and community, support wildlife, and help heal the living world around you. From creating habitat for predators that keep garden pests in balance to growing native vegetables that feed people and wildlife, alike, tune in for actionable steps to help you make the living world around you come alive with abundance in your own backyard. Presented by Daron Williams Daron is a restoration ecologist, permaculture enthusiast, and founder of Growing with Nature. He created the Growing with Nature podcast and website to help people grow food, support wildlife, and heal our living world. He has managed the restoration program for a community non-profit, and he currently works for the State of Washington to support Puget Sound restoration efforts. He applies principles of restoration and permaculture to transform his property into forests, wetlands, gardens and more. He loves sharing the joy of growing food with his two young children. If you are a member and having trouble with using your code, please message development@bhwp.org Additional Information: Online registration for this program closes on Thursday, Aug. 5, 2021, at 5:00 pm; for help with registration please email education@bhwp.org. You will receive your email with the Zoom meeting invitation after the registration period closes. Please be sure to keep an eye on your inbox and spam folders. NOTE: At checkout, you will be required to enter a pickup time. Please scroll through the list and select “Virtual Class.”
2021 Featured
19Aug

Native Gardens for Non-traditional Spaces: Re-wilding our Patios, Streets, and Container Gardens – Thursday Night Nature (Aug. 19)

Thursday, August 19 - 7:00 pm$15.00
Outdoor garden space might be a luxury you don't have. This doesn't mean that you can't cant contribute to the re-wilding of your property and support of native wildlife. In this lecture, we will discuss the use of native plants and pollinator gardens created and maintained in nontraditional spaces including urban street plantings, rooftop terraces, container gardens, and more. Shanti will present a selection of her favorite plant allies that are hardy, tough, as well as beautiful that benefit our birds, pollinators, humans and ecosystems. Presented by Shanti Nagel Shanti is the principal and founding partner of Design Wild, a collaborative landscape design firm based New York. Shanti believes that the relationship between humans and the natural world is essential for individual health, the strength of communities, cities, and our ecosystems. For the last decade, she has been dedicated to designing naturally wild, elegant, and incredibly durable gardens for public space, community parks, affordable housing and private residences. She is dedicated to building lasting connections and sanctuary through the transformative power of plants. If you are a member and having trouble with using your code, please message development@bhwp.org Additional Information: Online registration for this program closes on Thursday, Aug. 19, 2021, at 5:00 pm; for help with registration please email education@bhwp.org. You will receive your email with the Zoom meeting invitation after the registration period closes. Please be sure to keep an eye on your inbox and spam folders. NOTE: At checkout, you will be required to enter a pickup time. Please scroll through the list and select “Virtual Class.”

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