Exotic Species in New York: The Good, The Bad & The Ugly Tuesday, July 12 at 6 pm
Increased international trade over the past two decades has made it difficult to monitor the influx of foreign products pouring into NY from across the globe, resulting in an alarming increase of hitchhiking pests associated with imported cargo. Paul Wrege, Plant Health Specialist with USDA, will discuss the agency’s efforts to combat pest introductions, including work overseas, inspection of imported high risk cargo, and environmental monitoring.
Members- $2/Not-Yet-Members – $3 Pre-registration is suggested
Join special guest artist-in-residence Leigh Yardley as she guides you through the process of creating whimsical and /or realistic pollinator sculptures. Leigh will instruct workshop participants on crafting, sculpting, and painting techniques. Choose which of your creations will remain at Rogers Center for the permanent “Insect Installation” along the trails!
Members- $18/Not-Yet-Members – $20 Pre-registration is required by noon on July 15.
Wild Goose Chase
Saturday, September 17 at 10 am
A 5K trail run/walk for the whole family to benefit Rogers Environmental Education Center.
FREE t-shirt for those who pre-register by September 1, 2016 !
Click here to register.
Story Time and Hike
Wednesdays at 10 am
Come dressed for the weather.
This program is free and requires no reservation.
Bring a snack or a picnic lunch to enjoy after the hike with new friends.
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