June Programs

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June Programs 2017-06-23T20:02:25+00:00

June 2, 3, and 4: Plantasia: Annual Plant Sale

Watch for information coming soon to our website!

June 3: Container Gardening Workshop

Enjoy the wonders of fresh food from the garden without the need for a lot of space or weeding. Practically anything grown in a traditional garden can be raised in containers, with less work.  You’ll mix soil and take home your very own “Salad Bowl” garden! Bring 15” or larger pot, gardening gloves, and trowel. Recommended for ages 7 and up. $20 for members; $30 for nonmembers. Meet on the back deck of the Interpretive Center.

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June 15: That’s Ferntastic!
A Fern Walk in the Woods 10-11:30am

Join Naturalist Tom Meier on this easy walk to discover the ferns growing in Baltimore Woods, and to see why their elegant fiddleheads and beautiful fronds have not only survived for millennia but have also fascinated people for generations. Recommended for adults. $6 for members, $9 for nonmembers.

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June 16: Star Party: Welcome Summer Skies

Just because it gets dark late doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy the night sky! Saturn and Jupiter will be easily visible, plus an early look into the heart of our Milky Way Galaxy near the end of the program. Recommended for all ages. Back-up date June 17th. $6 for members, $9 for nonmembers.

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June 17: Bird Banding at Baltimore Woods

Bird banding is essential to helping scientists monitor bird populations and habitats, giving key information about conservation needs. We’ve partnered with the Onondaga Audubon Society and SUNY-ESF to reinstitute bird banding at Baltimore Woods after 24 years. Come for a pleasant birding walk to the banding station and see the bird banders in action. Recommended for ages 8 and up. $6 for members, $9 for nonmembers.

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June 24: Mosses: Tiny but Mighty

NOTE: This program has been cancelled due to low enrollment, but our trails are open, so stop out for a relaxing walk through the woods. 

Mosses may be tiny, but that certainly doesn’t mean that they aren’t still important here at Baltimore Woods. Because of their size, mosses usually don’t attract much attention, but these tiny plants play a huge role in biodiversity and forest health. Come learn about the diverse, unique world of mosses, and learn once and for all if moss always grows on the north side of a tree. Recommended for ages 14 and up. $6 for members, $9 for nonmembers.