Summer Programs at the Linda Loring Nature Foundation

 

2019 registration is live! Class descriptions and more information here.


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Kids in Nature Workshops

We offer fun classes for ages 6 to 10 focusing on a wide variety of science and nature topics! See our brochure and class descriptions for more information!

Class Descriptions and More Information →


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Bird Walks

Offered weekly on Wednesday mornings at 8AM from May to October. LLNF leads participants to birding hotspots around the island and help them learn about the birds they see!

Learn More About Birding with LLNF →


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Biodiversity Walks

Offered every Friday at 10AM during the summer. Explore the unique habitats of the LLNF property, discover our flora and fauna, and see what's in season as you walk along our gently rolling trail.


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Snake Slithers

This is a family program. Kids are welcome but we require them to be accompanied by a parent or responsible adult. In this fun class we'll look for snakes and learn more about the on-going research we undergo to study the different species found at our property. Tuesdays at 2:30 PM during July and August.


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Bountiful Botanicals

Explore the bounty of nature through a series of hands-on, botanically focused workshops with the LLNF staff. In each class, participants will learn about the plants that inhabit Nantucket and their use in food, art, and culture. Lessons will be sensory in nature; including tastings, demonstrations, and crafts using locally sourced ingredients. Sign up for one class or the whole series. This program is not intended for participants under the age of 18. Selected Mondays in the summer.

More Information and Dates →


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Story Walk

Open daily from sun-up to sun-down, the trail-side story walk offers kids and families and incentive to keep going as the book progresses along a short mowed trail.

Current Story →


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Nantucket Walkabout

Join Peter Brace, a local hiking guide, naturalist, and environmental writer for a tour of our property along with LLNF staff. We'll discuss the geologic and ecological history of the site. Thursdays at 1:30 PM during the summer.

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Citizen Science

Want to get involved with research and assist with data collection? We have several opportunities!

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