Saturday and Sunday October 22 and 23, 10AM-4PM
At the Marin Center Exhibit Hall
Come learn from some of the country’s top nature-inspired education masters and have fun exploring a wide array of experiential education activities.
- Guided nature walks exploring ways to mimic nature’s perfect order and raise ecological awareness with the Coastal Redwood Biomimicry Network and Vida Verde.
- Hands-on education activities including a touch tank with tide pool animals like sea stars, sea cucumbers, hermit crabs and whelk snails hosted by Aquarium of the Bay.
- Learn about animal tracks and make your own animal track molds with Vilda Nature.
- Learn about the flora and fauna and unique ecosystem of China Camp State Park with Bethanie Gilbert.
- Create endangered species art with Phoebe Ackely of WEAD (Women’s Eco Artist’s Dialog).
- Have fun and increase your water literacy with the creations of Christina Bertea including riding the “Bucketing Bronco.”
- Make otter art and learn about The River Otter Project.
- Work with a hands on glacier model that shows the challenges and design opportunities of melting ice, created by Lauren Elder.
- See live owls from the Hungry Owl Project.
- Have your face painted by “honeybee” Nutmeg Baker.
- Examine species of taxidermy birds and learn how their beaks are adapted to what they eat, with Sachiko Erin Matsumoto and Cindy Hsu.
- Meet WildCare’s rescued wild animals and learn more about these remarkable critters.
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!
Or purchase a Tandem ticket shared by 2 adults and attend the Bioneers conference while the kids and one adult attend the Family Fair. The Bioneers Conference is a Family Friendly event. Family Fair activities are free to the public, but do not include access to other regular conference keynotes, panels and workshops.
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