Benton

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Native Plants

Join us for a fun afternoon of starting some native wildflower seeds in milk jugs! We will learn about collecting native wildflower seeds and discuss the native seeds we will be using. Then we will get our hands dirty and plant up a few milk jugs with native seeds. Participants will be provided with a couple of containers, potting soil, and seeds. If you wish to bring gardening gloves, please feel welcome to do so.

Fishing Event

Bring your cameras! Santa and Mrs. Claus will be at the hatchery to visit and take photos with. The fishing pond will also be open for trout fishing. All equipment and bait will be provided. You are welcome to bring your own fishing equipment and any baits not carried in water. Fishing is catch and release only. We will also have cookies and gifts for nature (seed balls) that you can take with you while supplies last.

Registration is not required.

Outdoor Skills

Our ancestors utilized many parts of deer they harvested. Many products such as candles, skin moisturizing heel balms, soaps, fire starters, etc. can be made from deer fat (tallow). Come learn how to convert deer fat into a soothing heel balm and candles!

Outdoor Skills

Our ancestors utilized many parts of deer they harvested. Many products such as candles, skin moisturizing heel balms, soaps, fire starters, etc. can be made from deer fat (tallow). Come learn how to convert deer fat into a soothing heel balm and candles!