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I had an epiphany driving into work that one of the silver linings of this terrible pandemic is the possible reworking of how many of us view nature. Nature, and public gardens, and parks. Things we may have took for granted, yet now crave, and are being denied access to. I remember back in the Great Recession of 2008 that Horticulture took a hit because it was considered a luxury industry. Which I must admit chafed a bit, both personally and financially.
As the autumn colors begin to emerge and the temperatures start to drop, many animals begin their preparations for the winter ahead. Each type of animal has its own strategy for surviving the cold winter months-bears hibernate, some birds fly south, and squirrels and chipmunks begin storing nuts and seeds for the long days ahead. Insects are no different; many hibernate in various developmental stages, but few are active all winter long.
That's where honey bees are different. Note that...
We just wrapped up our first week here at Elephant Tree Nature Camp. It's crazy how quickly those 5 days flew by! We still have some spaces left in our other camps as well. If you are interested in sending your child to summer camp at the Arboretum, here is a brief overview of what happens each week.
The Elephant Tree Nature Camp is perfect for any kids who enjoy playing outside, learning about the natural world, and making new friends. Every day, we go on a hike, visit our fish pond, ...