Nature & History Programs
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Learn about the nature and history of Washtenaw County through a naturalist-led hike or program. From Summer Butterflies to Tracks in the Snow, we offer programs for all ages and ability levels. Learn, Play, Explore, Discover...with Washtenaw County Parks!
Click here to check out this month's current programs. Most public programs are free for Washtenaw County residents.
Historic Mill Tours
We offer two historic Mills that are open to the public for tours. See the Calendar of Events for schedules.
Click here to see a list of programs we currently offer. School programs are available for all grade levels (including preschool) and focus on science, nature & history. We welcome topic suggestions and are happy to work with educators to create custom programs. Many of our programs have been designed to meet the Michigan K - 12 Science Standards, please contact us for more details.
Please contact our office to discuss group program opportunities and scheduling. All group programs are dependent on staff availability. Donations are requested, but not required, for group programming—however, groups from outside Washtenaw County must pay a programming fee. View Naturalist Rates here.
If don't see what you're looking for or if you have special interests, our staff can work with you to develop a program that will meet your needs. For more information or general questions, please call our Administrative Offices at (734) 971-6337 and ask to speak with one of the Parks Naturalists or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To contact our Parks Naturalists directly:
(734) 971 - 6337 x 335
(734) 971 - 6337 x 330