Date: September 28, 2019 from 10 AM to 1 PM
This is a fun way of learning about various elements of the 5-acre Museum property. Learn about the native plants, butterfly and insect habitat, and other features of the sculpture garden. Walk along the nature trail with an arborist to hear about the native trees and wildflowers. See how glaciers formed the land.
A geologist, an entomologist, an arborist, and a master gardener will briefly speak about the elements of the sculpture garden and nature trail (rocks, insects, trees, and plants). Each will then be available to answer questions and guide guests through the garden and woods.