Join SNC educators for fun, educational programs that provide an in-depth look at our local ecosystem. You will learn all about Logan Canyon, our National Forest, and the natural world through hikes, workshops, and hand-on experiences for every learner.
Private group programs and workshops are available for any occasion. Consider scheduling a private program today! Call 435-755-3239 or email us at email@example.com
Upcoming COmmunity Programs
Canyon Conversation: Utah Fireflies with Christy Bills of NHMU
When: Saturday, February 23rd, 11am-noon
Where: USU Quinney Natural Resources Library, Room 301
Cost: Free! Parking is free!
Join us in the Quinney Natural Resources Library this winter! This free lecture series is open to all and features local expert scientists, naturalists, and nature enthusiasts. Join Natural History Museum of Utah’s entomology collection manager Christy Bills as we learn all about Utah’s fireflies, how to best spot them, and what we can do to protect their threatened habitats.
Annual Maple Tapping Workshop
When: Saturday, February 23rd, 1pm-3pm
Where: Stokes Nature Center
Join Stokes Naturalist and native Canadian Jess Bouchard as we tap native Maple trees and learn all about turning sap into syrup! Materials provided. Only 20 spots available.
Program is sold out! Join us again next year!