November 2017: Blue Marble

For millennia, humans have stood on our planet, gazed outwards, and pondered the seemingly endless resources and vast diversity that cover our globe. This month, take a giant step forward to look back down at our planet. Heading out into Space to view Earth from this uniquely modern perspective, we are reminded that we live […]

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FIRST® LEGO® League Project Presentation

Wisconsin FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) teams will be sharing their research completed for the 2014 WORLD CLASS℠ Challenge. This challenge asks teams of kids ages 9-14 to come up with innovative ways to improve learning for the future. Public admissions visitors can stop by on Saturday, October 25, between 10:30am-12:30pm, to see these projects, ask […]

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Running Wild on the Summer Solstice

From time immemorial, the summer solstice has been celebrated by people and cultures across the globe. The ancients depended on the yearly pattern of day-light hours to set their calendars and determine the best time to plant and harvest crops. The summer solstice, which typically falls on June 21st, is the longest day of the […]

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Summer Camps (ages 2-16)

Summer camp is a time honored tradition as well as a wonderful opportunity to make friends, have fun, and learn a little something along the way. We at the Aldo Leopold Nature Center are excited to present our all-new 2013 Summer Camps. With 150 different sessions that include full-week, individual, and extended-day options, your child […]

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Brainiac Bowl

You’ve sharpened your wits to the point of perfection; now it’s time to let the world know just how much you know about science, history, and popular culture. The best part about it is that the knowledge doesn’t end there. Your participation in the Brainiac Bowl will help to fund the ongoing environmental education programs […]

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