Join us for the eighth session of the 2019 programming series. Head outdoors and experience autumn in the Loess Hills. Explore photosynthesis and the finer points of cellular respiration, and learn about the way those processes impact the fall color change in our woodlands. Then enjoy an introduction to nature photography in the beautiful fall landscape.
Modeled after the classic work "A Sand County Almanac" by naturalist and Iowa native Aldo Leopold, this program series aims to follow the natural rhythms and timings of Pottawattamie County's Midwestern setting. Activities will provide students with a deeper understanding and appreciation of the natural world around them and include guided hikes, aquatic studies, guest lectures, sketching, journaling, and more.
Hitchcock Nature Center
27792 Ski Hill Loop
Honey Creek, IA