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Classes & Events

Northern Lakes Region

 

Change Exchange 
Discussion Group

When

The second Tuesday of the month, beginning October 11, from 6:30 to 8 pm

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Where

Northern Lakes Region: Hunt Utilities Group Resilient Living Campus, Old Main, 2331 Dancing Wind Rd SW, Pine River

Pricing

Free

About 

Groups will gather in the Driftless or Pine River for one hour and then join together on Zoom to share insights across geography! For the first quarter, topic is consumerism and consumption. For the October meeting two books, two videos and some podcasts will be shared–participants are encouraged to read/watch/listen to at least one of the titles before the meeting.

Fall Bingo Scavenger Hunt

When

All pictures must be taken & submitted between October 1 and November 1, 2022!

Where

Anywhere in Nature! 

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Pricing

FREE - All ages welcome to join!

Logistics

Click here to see the rules and Bingo card and learn how you can get bonus chances to win, and here for a printer-friendly version of the card. Click "Register" below to register for the Fall Bingo Scavenger Hunt. 

About 

Can you find all 24 of the items on the bingo card out in nature? Every bingo you get is another chance to win some great prizes! Both family and individual registrations are available. 

Driftless Region

 

Driftless Region Family Nature Walks

When

Two walks per month are offered. Please only sign-up for ONE walk per month, as they will cover the same material. Space in walks is limited, so numerous walks are offered to ensure more availability.

Wed, Sept 14 at 4pm & Sat, Sept 17 at 10:30am 

Wed, Oct 5 at 4pm & Sat, Oct 8 at 10:30am

Wed, Nov 9 at 4pm & Sat, Nov 12 at 10:30am

Wed, Dec 7 at 4pm & Sat, Dec 10 at 10:30am

Where

Walks take place in the Trempealeau National Wildlife Refuge, though meeting locations will vary based on conditions and phenology. You will be emailed a meeting location and parking instructions the week of the walk.

Pricing

$5 per family per walk 

Weather & Cancellations:

These walks are rain, shine, or snow events - please come prepared! In the event of severe weather, we will contact you to inform you of a cancellation. You may choose a refund or to participate in a walk on another date. 

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About 

Join Nature Nora out on the trails for an hour of family fun! Meet other nature-loving families as we take a leisurely walk, observing nature & learning fun facts. Plus, get activities to take home & resource recommendations to continue learning as a family!

 

Change Exchange 
Discussion Group

When

The second Tuesday of the month, beginning October 11, from 6:30 to 8 pm

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Where

 

Driftless Region: Bluff Country Co-op, 121 W. 2nd St, Winona

Pricing

Free

About 

Groups will gather in the Driftless or Pine River for one hour and then join together on Zoom to share insights across geography! For the first quarter, topic is consumerism and consumption. For the October meeting two books, two videos and some podcasts will be shared–participants are encouraged to read/watch/listen to at least one of the titles before the meeting.

Fall Bingo Scavenger Hunt

When

All pictures must be taken & submitted between October 1 and November 1, 2022!

Where

Anywhere in Nature! 

Fall 2022 BSH Wix Event (Presentation (169)).png
Pricing

FREE - All ages welcome to join!

Logistics

Click here to see the rules and Bingo card and learn how you can get bonus chances to win, and here for a printer-friendly version of the card. Click "Register" below to register for the Fall Bingo Scavenger Hunt. 

About 

Can you find all 24 of the items on the bingo card out in nature? Every bingo you get is another chance to win some great prizes! Both family and individual registrations are available. 

Phenology and
Climate Change

When

Oct. 18, 2022 @ 5 - 6:30 pm

Where

Winona Public Library - 151 W 5th St, Winona, MN 55987

About 

Phenology is the study of the timing of recurring biological events (i.e. animal migrations, bloom times, breeding times, etc.). Scientists all over the world use phenology to study the effects of climate change, but they need your help! Join Nora from Happy Dancing Turtle to learn a brief history of phenology, examples of what we can learn from it, and how you can get involved by collecting data through a variety of citizen science programs. You'll have an opportunity to try apps for various programs, so bring a smart phone or tablet if you have one. Registration not required.

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