Upcoming Public Programs

Maple Sugaring Naturalist Snaphot

Saturday, March 25
10:00am-10:15am & 2:00pm-2:15pm

Naturalist Snapshots are quick (15 minute) looks at something interesting from nature. Learn about the tools used for maple sugaring and get a look at how we make maple syrup in our Sugarhouse.

Included with Day Use Fee. Meet at the Sugarhouse.

Paint With Patrice “Blue River with Moon”

Wednesday, April 12

Join instructor Patrice Jarvis-Weber for an afternoon painting program during April Break. While you’re painting, you’ll learn about the importance of rivers and trees to the ecology of the Adirondacks from a Naturalist.

Pre-registration required. $12 per person in addition to $5 per vehicle Day Use Fee. Members $7.
Class size limited to 10 participants.

Discovery Series: Signs of Spring- Amphibians

Saturday, April 15
at Godwin Preserve (Padanarum Rd, Bolton Landing, NY)

In the springtime, pools of water host all sorts of life. Explore with a Naturalist some of Godwin’s vernal pools to see what frogs and salamanders make these part of their life cycle.

This hike is rated easy/moderate and includes gentle climbs. 1 mile total length.

Pre-registration required at least 24 hours in advance. FREE.

The Discovery Series is a partnership with the Lake George Land Conservancy to offer a series of hikes led by Up Yonda Farm’s naturalists. This year’s Discovery Series will include themed hikes February through October that are geared towards learners of all ages.