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Plant Ecology Walk with Arkansas Master Naturalists and Wild Ones

South Lawn
No Registration Required

Take a walk on the wild side with some of our Community Nature Partners!

A part of our July Nature Weekend, this trek across the Crystal Bridges grounds will start at the Wild Ones tent on our South Lawn to learn more about the organization. Then, join us for a “walk and talk” on the various plants found on our grounds that support pollinators.

The Ecology Walks will take place throughout the weekend:

Saturday, July 17 – Starting at 12 p.m. and 1 p.m.

Sunday, July 18 – Starting at 11 a.m., 12 p.m., and 1 p.m.

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About Our Community Nature Partners

Ozark Wild Ones

The primary goal of the Wild Ones, Ozark Chapter is to encourage landscaping with native plants in residential, business, and public landscapes in Northwest Arkansas, and to provide education and support to those in this region as they learn and develop their own native landscapes.

Arkansas Master Naturalists

Arkansas Master Naturalists (AMN) is an independent, state-wide, volunteer organization, comprised of (currently) eight chapters. AMN is dedicated to educating its members and giving back to the community through volunteer work.

The AMN mission is “developing a corps of well-informed volunteers to provide education, outreach, and service dedicated to the beneficial management of natural resources and natural areas within their communities.” The AMN’s goals are to improve public understanding of natural resource ecology and management and to enhance existing natural resource management, education, outreach, and research activities.

About Nature Weekends

Rediscover the beauty and wonder of the natural state as we highlight some of the fun and fascinating nature programs here at Crystal Bridges. Each month, we’ll be bringing some of the best educators, films, naturalists, and artists in Northwest Arkansas to the museum grounds for a nature-themed weekend that the whole family is sure to enjoy.

Free, no registration required.

For the health and safety of our staff and guests, face coverings are recommended for children 2 and up, unless they are vaccinated against COVID-19. Children’s masks are available upon entry to the museum, or you can provide a mask from home. Guests and staff who are fully vaccinated are no longer required to wear face coverings. If guests are not vaccinated, face coverings are still required.