Summer Camp Recap: Native Survival

The Native Survival summer camp that Avery House Nature Center put on was all about the native Kalapuyan’s and their ways of living including their unique calendar year, summer fish camps, harvest seasons, and winter villages.

FullSizeRenderEach day was packed full of fun yet educational activities for the kids. They made many everyday items just like the Kalapuyan’s did such as cordage, bows and arrows by harvesting willow and ash, the ...

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Pop Up Nature Adventures

Outdoor fun before school begins for ages 5 – 13! Join us August 31st through September 4th for a stand alone adventure in nature or a full week of outdoor exploration.

Register here for Full Days, Half Days or a whole week.

Monday – Tree Line Challenge Course

Monday’s pop up adventure features obstacles and games in the oak forest. Learn climbing techniques and safety, try a slackline, and other nature challenges. There will be fun for all ability levels discovering ...

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Family Wetland Bird Walk

birdprogramOpening day Natural Areas Week.

Wildbird Wetland Walk

Saturday May 2nd from 1 – 4pm.

Registration Preferred –

Click here to register

Join us for a family fun bird adventure along an easy boardwalk trail that includes hands on stations for bird ID, nest building, food gathering and wetland habitat Investigation (bring your own binoculars or borrow a pair at welcome table).

Bring the whole family and see what birds our ...

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Become a Volunteer Garden Educator at SAGE-apply now!

Educational Programing SAGE Garden Docents

At our Starker Arts Garden for Education, kids learn to plant, tend and harvest food.  Over 1,000 students will visit SAGE this year and learn to connect the food in the garden to the food on their plates. SAGE Farm Field Trip Educators help make this happen!  If you like working with children and you believe all kids should know where food comes from, consider joining our team of SAGE Field Trip Educators ...

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Easy Ways to Support the CEC

butterflywThe Corvallis Environmental Center thrives because of community support.  There are lots of ways to support the work we do by volunteering, donating directly or participating in one of our programs.  Try one of these three ways to donate indirectly as a part of your daily routine.

 

Donate to the ARC

Donate used goods to the ARC and a portion of the sale goes directly to ...

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Clean Energy Works Oregon

Would you like to make your home cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter? Do you want to save money on power bills? Clean Energy Works Oregon is a non-profit you can count on to make your home more comfortable and put an end to energy waste. Over 200 homeowners in Benton County and Albany have already applied to the Clean Energy Works Oregon program. It just takes a few minutes to apply online, and there is not obligation. 

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