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Nature Kids in the Park

Nature Kids is back! Explore the natural world through free hands-on activities in the park.

 


WALLA WALLA—Nature Kids in the Park is back! Join the Blue Mountain Land Trust at Pioneer Park, in Walla Walla, for free, hands-on activities that allow kids to explore the natural world.

Come by between 9:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. to learn how to become a nature explorer. Three activity stations will be set up to explore at your leisure, including creating your very own map, preparing a backpack for a hike, and learning about Leave No Trace principles. Activities are free for kids ages 5-11 and their families.

The Blue Mountain Land Trust and Umatilla National Forest created Nature Kids, a series devoted to inspiring children to explore and investigate the natural world around them. Activities include hands-on exploration of natural resources, conservation-related topics, presentations by science educators, and fun crafts to keep kids engaged.

For more information about this event, please contact Katy Rizzuti at katy@bmlt.org.

An adult chaperone must accompany all children to these events. Accommodations for children with accessibility needs can be arranged.

The Land Trust will observe the guidelines provided by the Washington State Department of Health and the Oregon Health Administration. Visitors will be updated on any safety requirements at the event.


 

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