Event

Children and Families: Pond Life and Climate Change

Sunday, July 1, 2018
1:00pm

Andy Goldsworthy
Storm King Wall, 1997–98
Fieldstone
Approx. 60″ x 2,278’ 6″ x 32″ overall
Gift of the Ralph E. Ogden Foundation, Mr. and Mrs. Joel Mallin, Mrs. W. L. Lyons Brown, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. James H. Ottaway, Jr., the Margaret T. Morris Foundation, The Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation, the Hazen Fund, the Joseph H. Hazen Foundation, Inc., Mr. and Mrs. Ronald N. Romary, Dr. Wendy Schaffer and Mr. Ivan Gjaja, and an anonymous foundation
© Andy Goldsworthy, courtesy Galerie Lelong, New York

Become a scientist and examine what the physical and biological traits of the ponds teach us about changes in our environment. Perform water quality tests, grab a dip net, and sketch your observations. Organized with the Hudson Highlands Nature Museum.

  • Suggested age range: all ages
  • Program location: meet in the Pond

Founded in 1959, the Hudson Highlands Nature Museum is a center for nature, with a focus on environmental education an a mission to develop responsible caretakers of the natural world. Over the years it has developed quality educational programs for students and the public that focus on the unique ecology of the Hudson Highlands and promote knowledge and appreciation of our natural world.

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