Upcoming Programs & Events
All programs are free and open to the public, except when noted. If advance registration is specified please contact us at email@example.com or by phone at 610-688-8202. If you would like to discuss how you can assist the Radnor Conservancy’s Education Committee, please email us at the above email address.
Save The Date – Upcoming 2018 Programs
*NEW DATE Rescheduled to Saturday August 25th (8:30am – 10:30am) – Bat Box Building: A Hands-on Workshop Dan Meier – Senior Civil Engineer & Project Manager Duffield Associates, Inc.
In this hands-on workshop, participants will construct a bat box as they learn about the importance of bats to our regional ecosystem. Bats are beneficial because they significantly reduce the number of insects in our backyards. Bat houses provide a safe home for bats and are educational and fun. This class is not appropriate for children under 10, anyone below age 16 should be accompanied by an adult.
Pricing: $45 per class
* October 6, 2018 (9:00am – 11:00am) – Solitary Bee House: A Hands-on Workshop with Lowery Douglass, Assistant Horticulturist, Chanticleer
Gardeners can easily encourage solitary bees by providing artificial nest sites, sometimes called “bee houses”. In this hands-on workshop, participants will build their own bee house while learning about benefits of raising solitary bees. This class will bring attention to the benefits that solitary bees bring to our gardens. This class is not appropriate for children under 10, anyone below age 16 should be accompanied by an adult.
* October 20, 2018 (8:00am – 10:00am) – Beyond the Birdfeeder: What Birds Are Really Looking For in Your Yard with Steve Saffier – Audubon PA Program Manager, Bird Friendly Communities
Class will begin with a walk to observe birds at Chanticleer and conclude with a presentation that reviews common birds of Pennsylvania, resource needs of these birds, migratory species and species of concern, and what to plant to attract specific birds. Participants will learn to identify key indicators that demonstrate whether a property is contributing to migratory and common bird populations and how they might improve their practices to do so.
Support the cleanup of our Radnor Township Parks. Join our cleanup team as a member of vine and invasive management corps (You’ll get an Awesome T-shirt = Giving Back to your Community). Meet new friends, get outside, share stories, and give our trees the breathing room they need. Please wear long pants and long sleeve shirts, tools are provided. Signup below! Stay tuned for late fall 2018 cleanup dates!
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