Lambert Park Fall Seedling Planting
Come help revitalize Lambert Park and help Jay Jeppson earn his Eagle Scout rank! Many of the seedlings planted in the spring have not survived into the fall. On 10 November, Jay Jeppson, as part of his Eagle Scout project, will be leading the effort to plant an additional 300+ seedlings in Lambert Park to replace ones that have not survived. Please join us in helping Jay and Lambert Park!
When: Saturday, 10 November at 9am
Where: Meet at the LDS Chapel Building at 1125 N. Alpine Blvd. in Alpine
Bring: Gloves shovels, pickaxes, etc.
alpine nature Hikes
Each month, starting in April 2018 the Alpine Nature Center will post suggested nature hikes in Lambert Park that feature different flowers, trees or bushes in bloom. Hike with friends, family or by yourself as you commune with nature and learn more about the natural world around you.
Enjoy the beauty of Alpine, find some of the many plants and flowers in Lambert Park, take a picture and earn a badge for each completed hike! Find out more in our Alpine Nature Hikes section of Open Spaces.
Monte L. Bean Life Science Museum Activities
The Monte L. Bean Life Sciences Museum on the campus of BYU has many regularly scheduled activities for all ages. For more information on the museum and its calendar of events, click here.
The Hutchings Museum Activities
The Hutchings Museum in Lehi, Utah, is hosting courses taught by the International Wildlife Rehabilitation Center in August 2018. The courses are Basic Wildlife Rehabilitation, Reuniting Raptors, and Wildlife Pain and Wound Management. State-funded Custom Fit may reimburse 40% of tuition for successfully completed courses. For more information visit the Hutchings Museum website by clicking here.