The mission of Nature Fest is to cultivate and inspire a sense of community, diversity, caretaking, and pride through the use of the Arts and Nature on the Divide.
This is a GDRD Community Partner Event
ARTS IN NATURE FEST
SATURDAY, APRIL 25th, 2015
announcing special guest
MORE ANNOUNCEMENTS TO COME!
We are Having a Work Party!
Please gather friends and come help at the FONA work party March 28 9 - noon at the Georgetown Nature area.
We will be getting the Nature Area ready for spring school field trips and hikes and ARTS in NATURE FEST. Students and their families are welcome. Great community service project for students or classes.
More hands makes for less work.
Everyone welcome . Bring gloves and pruners/shovel. We will be getting rid of scotch broom and trimming black berries from the trails.
Bring water, snacks, tools, and gloves.
See You There!
The mission of the Friends of the Nature Area is to enrich our students' and communities' learning experience by offering opportunities in environmental education and Native American cultural studies that preserve, protect and restore our natural environment. Our goal is to develop curriculum and resources to meet this mission while providing safe and rewarding outdoor educational experiences.
Georgetown Nature Area
Nisenan Village and Pond
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