Natural Wonders with Ranger Eric
There is nothing CEED’s Ranger Eric Powers loves more than sharing his fascination about natural phenomena with people who want to connect with nature. So we’re excited to announce our new monthly adventure, Natural Wonders with Ranger Eric. Ranger Eric explains his goal, “I have planned topics, but I’m also keeping the option to adjust based on what’s going on in the woods around CEED. I hope it’s fun and interesting. I love to hear people say, ‘I didn’t know that!’”
The broad spectrum of topics starts with this month’s How Animals Survive the Winter. Other topics may include maple sugaring, bats, Earth Day concepts, bugs and bees, plant evolution, and even rocks.
These walks are planned to be outside, so dress accordingly, and bring your sense of adventure. Register below.
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