The students are learning about some common local house styles, and will build their own houses after the tour.
As a part of the Science Alliance program, Craig Hendee from the Middle East Falcon Research Group visited to talk about falcons and an ongoing Mongolian Artificial Nesting project.
Adult LEGO builders faced off in two challenges – build a car and build a landmark – and the competition was fierce (but friendly)!
The students learned about the native birds of Oak Park – where they lived, what they ate, their unique features – and then went on a bird-watching walk.
Nearly 90 Oak Park area children joined us for Arboretum Adventures, our first ever BASE Camp on the Columbus Day holiday.
Oak Park Education Foundation is excited to introduce BASE Camp’s newest offering, Arboretum Adventures.
EPA scientist Pat Hamblin helped organize the trip to the Oak Park Public Works facility for Earth Day.
OPEF’s Science Alliance partner Craig Hendee from the Middle East Falcon Research Group brought in his peregrine falcon, Alvin, to Irving 3rd grade classrooms.