Tag Archives: Sustainability Walk

April 1st, 2019

Sustainability Walk

Learn how the Garden showcases ways to conserve scarce resources. Its infrastructure, architecture and plants offer important lessons on building sustainable communities. Join our specially trained docents on a walk to examine these diverse features.
Fee: Included with membership or general admission ($12-$9); registration required.
Instructor: Donald Strandberg
Register for June 7

April 1st, 2019

Sustainability Walk

Learn how the Garden showcases ways to conserve scarce resources. Its infrastructure, architecture and plants offer important lessons on building sustainable communities. Join our specially trained docents on a walk to examine these diverse features.
Fee: Included with membership or general admission ($12-$9); registration required.
Instructor: Donald Strandberg
Register for May 3

April 1st, 2019

Sustainability Walk

Sustainability Walk
April 5 | 10am-11:30am

Learn how the Garden showcases ways to conserve scarce resources. Its infrastructure, architecture and plants offer important lessons on building sustainable communities. Join our specially trained docents on a walk to examine these diverse features.
Fee: Included with membership or general admission ($12-$9); registration required.
Instructor: Donald Strandberg
Register for April 5

January 30th, 2019

Sustainability Walk

Sustainability Walk | March 1, 10am-11:30am
Learn how the Garden showcases ways to conserve scarce resources. Its infrastructure, architecture and plants offer important lessons on building sustainable communities. Join our specially trained docents on a walk to examine these diverse features. Participants meet behind the Admissions kiosk and the walk begins at 10am.

Fee: Included with membership or general admission ($12-$9); registration is required.

Instructor: Donald Strandberg

Register for March 1

January 22nd, 2019

Sustainability Walk

Sustainability Walk | February 1, 10am-11:30am
Learn how the Garden showcases ways to conserve scarce resources. Its infrastructure, architecture and plants offer important lessons on building sustainable communities. Join our specially trained docents on a walk to examine these diverse features. Participants meet behind the Admissions kiosk and the walk begins at 10am.

Fee: Included with membership or general admission ($12-$9); registration is required.

Instructor: Donald Strandberg

Register for February 1