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Summer Family Nature Walk

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University of Wisconsin-Madison Arboretum

1207 Seminole Highway

Madison, WI 53711

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This walk is a fun and fascinating way for families with children elementary age and younger to learn about the land.

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This walk is a fun and fascinating way for families with children elementary age and younger to learn about the land. Meet in the outdoor classroom 5 minutes before start. Wear sturdy closed-toe shoes and come prepared for weather and insects. Walks take place rain or shine, except in unsafe weather. Free. Due to COVID restrictions, all walk participants must register in advance. Space is limited. Register by June 17.

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University of Wisconsin-Madison Arboretum

1207 Seminole Highway

Madison, WI 53711

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Considered the birthplace of ecological restoration, the UW–Madison Arboretum is a teaching and research facility that conserves and restores land, advances science, offers public outreach, and benefits from community involvement. The 1,200-acre grounds are home to protected prairies, woodlands, wetlands, savannas, springs, shoreline, a notable horticultural collection, and Wisconsin native plant gardens. It also offers 17 miles of walking trails and 4 miles of biking road as well as hundreds of learning and volunteer opportunities. The Arboretum main entrance is at 1207 Seminole Highway. There is also an east entrance at Wingra Drive and East Mills Street. Please see Getting Here for more information.

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