Join WREN Program Coordinator, Laura Maloney in an exploration of how predators and prey use sound and light for everyday survival. Hunt like a hawk and play a game of survival in this fun and FREE interactive program for children ages 3-8.
Where: Fern Ridge Library When: Tuesday, July 3rd, 1:30-2:30 PM
Get ready for a whole summer of water-themed adventures! Help us celebrate Oregon's diverse watery wonders and the vital role that water plays in our everyday lives. $5 general admission. Admission is free with a non-perishable food donation (per person) to FOOD for Lane County. For more details visit University of Oregon's calendar.
WREN relies on support from the community and donors to provide its environmental education programs. Not only is your gift to WREN tax-deductible but there are many ways to make giving an easy and fun part of your week:
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Sign-up for Fred Meyer's Community Rewards Program!
Fred Meyer Rewards Program where you can earn donations for your favorite nonprofit at no cost to you, just by shopping with your Rewards Card. How does it work?
1.) Sign-up for an online account at https://www.fredmeyer.com/ 2.) Under "Savings and Rewards" click on "Fred Meyer Community Rewards." 3.) Next click on "re-enroll or link your rewards card now." 4.) Search for "WREN; Willamette Resources and Educational Network, or, #LJ786"
This months wetland wander will be on June 12th, from 9:00 a.m-11:00 a.m at Oak Hill! Participants should park on Oak Hill Cemetery Road. Since parking is limited, car-pooling is recommended.
Walk Leader: Sally Villegas-Moore; Natural Resource Specialist West Eugene Wetlands
Wanders are casual walks through various West Eugene Wetlands sites scheduled for the second Tuesday of every month. These exciting opportunities are FREE to the public and provide observation, education and inspiration in our surrounding natural spaces. Please come prepared with water, weather-appropriate dress, and footwear that can get muddy.