Nature Kids is an educational series dedicated to encouraging children to explore, play, learn about and take action for nature. Children will investigate an array of nature-related subjects such as watershed ecology, biodiversity, and pollinators. Activities include hands-on exploration of natural resources, conservation-related activities, presentations by science educators, and fun crafts to keep kids engaged.
Nature Kids event are free and open to the public. All children must be accompanied by an adult chaperone at these events (except Nature Kids on the Farm). Contact Lauren Platman with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org or 509-525-3136.
Nature Kids is presented in partnership with the Umatilla National Forest.
Tentative Nature Kids Schedule
Saturday, April 20, 10 - 1pm: Earth Day, Walla Walla Public Library
Saturday, June 30, 10 - 3 pm: Bioblitz, Fort Walla Walla Natural Area
Tuesday, July 23, 2- 5pm: Water Investigators, Water and Environmental Center
Tuesday, August 6, 2-5: STEM in Nature, Walla Walla Public Libray
Saturday, September 21, 10 - 1pm: Flying Critters, Walla Walla Public Library
Love the outdoors? Enjoy working with kids? Then come volunteer at BMLT's Nature Kids program. We know these events will be a big hit in our valley and the more hands we have to help, the better!
Event volunteers work under the direction of various members of the event committee, staff or other volunteers, who will provide task-specific training before each event.
Guest assistance and registration
Guide kids through event activities
Event day volunteers will typically be asked to commit at least 4 hours