The Nature Museum at Grafton PO Box 38 / 186 Townshend Road Grafton, Vermont 05146 802.843.2111 email@example.com
We are proud to announce the 2014 theme for our community nature programs for adults: The Birds and The Bees. We will offer a full year of avian and apian programs, including talks, walks, and workshops about birds and bees. We will also offer three seasonal nature walks in 2014: a winter tracking hike, a wild edible plant walk, and a late August mushroom forage.
Summer rains summon an astounding variety of gourmet and medicinal mushrooms. Join us on a wild edible mushrooming adventure called "The Wild World of Mushrooms” on Saturday, August 23rd. Your mycological tour guide, Ari Rockland-Miller, will give a colorful presentation introducing the region’s most distinctive and delicious species, followed by a guided foray in the rich woods. Ari makes mushroom hunting accessible, safe, and wildly entertaining.
The Nature Museum is offering two "Wild World of Mushroom" walks in one day in hopes of accommodating more people while maintaining an intimate setting for guests. Participants may choose between a morning walk from 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. or an afternoon walk from 1:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Ticket prices are $20 when purchased by August 9th, $25 after 8/9/14. To register, please click here, and submit your registration information, then pay via our secure online payment page.
If you prefer to speak to someone by phone or e-mail, please call us at (802) 843-2111 or email Carrie King, Director of Events, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spaces are limited on these walks and participants are strongly encouraged to purchase their tickets early.
Nature in the Community: Programs for Adults