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The Big Cleanup

The Big Cleanup

Saturday, September 9, 2017 We love our beautiful nature park on the lake. Keeping it tidy is always a labor of love. Trail maintenance goes on year-round, but our mega-cleaning skills really get their chance to shine on the big Lake & River Day each September! How about a hand? You wouldn’t believe how muchContinue Reading The Big Cleanup

Tim-ber!!

Tim-ber!!

Piles & more piles of logs From glade clearing, forest thinning, from road and site clearing…piles of logs ten feet to thirty feet long, mostly cedar. Logs, logs, and more logs in stacks here and there, everywhere! They must be moved out of the way, making room for parking, making room for construction of theContinue Reading Tim-ber!!

Pollinator Day (Gallery)

Pollinator Day (Gallery)

SFNC’s First Annual Pollinator Event was held on Saturday, June 17th. 50+ participants from all age groups were present on that overcast morning to explore the pollinators in our life. Activities of the day included Puddle Stone Painting, Seed ball creations, face painting and monarch wing dress-up! Participants of all ages were invited to participate.Continue Reading Pollinator Day (Gallery)

July 11: “Conservation Through Technology” Workshop

July 11: “Conservation Through Technology” Workshop

8:30-12:30, Tuesday July 11, 2017 at the Nature Center Hosted by Marc and Suzanne Hirrel, this workshop is designed to help classroom teachers and non-formal science educators meet the new Arkansas Science Standards for middle and high school students. The workshop and curricula focuses on water resource conservation. Hands-on training using digital microscopy, eTrex GPSContinue Reading July 11: “Conservation Through Technology” Workshop

Mark Your Calendars: June 17 “Pollinator Event”

Mark Your Calendars: June 17 “Pollinator Event”

June 17, 2017 (Saturday) 10:00 – 12:00 “Pollinator Event” Help South Fork Nature Center kick-off National Pollinator Week with a family friendly morning spent investigating “Pollinators in our World”. We promise you a fun, educational experience geared for all ages with our experts. A “Pollinator Walk”, hosted by one of our highly-trained docents, is sureContinue Reading Mark Your Calendars: June 17 “Pollinator Event”