Want to show the world to kids?
Want to show the world to kids?
Celebrate spring at the “Grow It Green” community event
Buy an Earth Machine compost bin for $85 and the workshop on backyard composting is included.
Farmigo, is now offering a neighborhood pick-up spots at Sheldrake Environmental Center and several local schools.
An evening of hands-on nature discovery, music, and craft beer tasting
Sheldrake Environmental Center’s first-ever “Wine and Whiskey Tasting”
It’s the 25th anniversary of Earth Day. But she’s been around a lot longer than that.
The kids will learn some techniques for painting water and they can add salamanders or frogs if they’d like.
Pledge to care for your yard without synthetic chemicals.
All proceeds will support educational programming and activities at Sheldrake Environmental Center in Larchmont.
Kids can spend MLK Day at a ‘Painting Par-tay’
Children can make a bird feeder to take home.
During a typical day, children go on an outdoor discovery walk exploring the 60-acre conservancy property.
Let the experts at Sheldrake teach you everything you need to know about backyard composting
Participants receive a free reusable bag courtesy of the Village of Larchmont Committee on the Environment
What should you do if you find a baby bird on the ground?
You may think it’s early, but you’ll also find tiny tree buds all ready for spring!
The afternoon promises loads of fun for every age group
Sheldrake Environmental Center once again will offer its popular Volunteer Environmental Educator Training Program,
Celebrate Earth Day ahead of time with some local activities…
The native Eastern Bluebird (Sialia sialis), which is the state bird of New York, was considered quite rare about 50 years ago
During President’s Week, Sheldrake Environmental Center in Larchmont is offering a unique program for kids ages 3-5 and 6-8.
This time of year for kids it can be especially hard to find a commercial-free zone.
Sheldrake Environmental Center in Larchmont will host a compost bin sale and free workshop Saturday.
This year’s Fall Festival is Sunday, October 14, from 1- 4 PM .
Spend some quality time with your family on Saturday, September 22, at the Sheldrake Environmental Center, when the whole gang can participate in the International Coastal Clean-up and be part of a worldwide effort, by helping clean up the Larchmont Conservancy, as well as Manor Beach and the Hommocks Conservation Area. Then starting Monday September 24, Sheldrake launches its new season of children programs for a wide variety of age groups. Jam-packed with adventure, discovery, and fun, there are nature classes for Tiny Trekkers (ages 3-5 with caregiver), Young Explorers (ages 4-5), and Eco-crafting (Kindergarteners), as well as Holiday and Vacation Camps (ages 4-6). For those children who want to take a different approach to getting close to nature, there is Yoga for Kids (kindergarteners-3rd graders), which will teach them some basic yoga postures in a relaxed way, while having them enjoy the outdoors and appreciate their surroundings. For adults, starting September 24, there’s the Master Composter & Recycler Program, a train-the-trainer course that inspires you to teach other adults and make choices which have a positive impact on the environment. On October 14, Sheldrake’s Fall Festival is back with live animals, live music, arts and crafts, face painting, pumpkin painting, naturalist-led activities and more for everyone to enjoy.
On Tuesday evening, Sheldrake Environmental Center is hosting a discussion on making your home more energy efficient this winter.