Aldo Leopold Nature Center holds open house to celebrate 20 years in Monona

Looking for more activities during this years Water Walk? Check out Aldo Leopold Nature Center!

Location: Aldo Leopold Nature Center, 330 Femrite Drive, Monona, WI 53716
Date/Time: Sunday, July 13, 2014 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Fee: FREE

Visit the Aldo Leopold Nature Center on Sunday, July 13th Wisconsin’s native habitats and to galaxies far away, all from your own back yard! Join our new Executive Director, Monona Mayor Bob Miller, for a free open house to celebrate ALNC’s 20th anniversary.

For 20 years, the Aldo Leopold Nature Center has been a part of the Monona and Madison community. Monona is home to some of Wisconsin’s most beautiful native habitats – the towering oak savannah, the green expanse of prairie, and the wetlands and waterways, teeming with life – and ALNC has maintained each of them as part of our interpretive trail system. Inside the center, guests can explore interactive exhibits about local and global climate science, and journey through the solar system on our Science on a Sphere. Visitors can also follow a self-guided tour of the various water conservation features at the Aldo Leopold Nature Center, installed to help ALNC in the mission of living lightly on the land.

Explore ALNC at our Open House, featuring FREE admission to our interactive indoor exhibits and nature nooks, FREE family activities, FREE nature walks, door prizes, refreshments, and more!

Finally, join us inside at 4 pm to learn the history of ALNC as a part of the community, see how we’ve grown over the years, and hear about our plans for the future!