Adult Programs

At White Pine we have a variety of adult programs! We look forward to helping participants connect to nature through tracking, birding and just exploring!  Below you will find our schedule of programs with links to register.

Naturalist Nights: Wild Edibles

Wild Edibles
Highland Farms Preserve York, ME
May 11, 2022
6-8:30pm

Link to register

Naturalist Nights are a great way to connect with other members of our community who share the love of the outdoors. Designed for adults and serious teens, these monthly events feature a specific topic. A White Pine Lead Educator will provide an overview of the topic, then provide an opportunity for group collaboration, study, research, hands-on exploration and more.

Guided Nature Walk

Highland Farms Preserve York
Saturday, May 21, 2022
10am – noon

Link to registration

Enjoy your Saturday with a late morning walk at Highland Farms, a YLT Property. Guided by White Pine Programs’ Naturalist-Educators, observe wildlife tracks, winter birds, signs of wildlife, plants and whatever else nature offers up for our exploration. Pre-registration is required for this free event, and optional tax-deductible donations are encouraged.

Naturalist Nights: Vernal Pools

Vernal Pools
Highland Farms Preserve York, ME
May 11, 2022
6-8:30pm

Link to register

Naturalist Nights are a great way to connect with other members of our community who share the love of the outdoors. Designed for adults and serious teens, these monthly events feature a specific topic. A White Pine Lead Educator will provide an overview of the topic, then provide an opportunity for group collaboration, study, research, hands-on exploration and more.

Wildlife Tracking & Nature Study

Fall 2022-2023
Locations Vary
One Weekend a Month October through June, with 3 remote weekends

A three season, monthly immersion in wildlife tracking and nature study. Would you like to deepen your connection to nature alongside other engaged, adult learners? In the Wildlife Tracking and Nature Study program we will spend one weekend per month from October to June exploring unique habitats and ecosystems to get to know the plants, trees, birds, mammals and other living organisms who interact and live there.

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