Service Projects for Families
Looking for a project where your family can work together, look no further.... We hold monthly volunteer events along with storm drain labeling that can be done almost anytime.
Thank you to the winners! See their pics on our poster page.
I will post the 2022 contest on here as soon as I hear about the theme.
If you look at a creek, it's much more than just a bunch of moving water. There are nooks and crannies under rocks, holes in tree root clumps, and sneaky hiding spots in vegetation. These different areas provide awesome habitat for a wide variety of critters. In this section we have provided information that you can use to head out to a creek and identify the creatures you find.
with information on what to find and what to take to the creek
Check out what we found at different creek around the county
Fairfield County Park District (in central, Ohio) has created an amazing series of kids activity sheets on salamanders, fox, woodpeckers, fungus, and more.
We've made a bunch of different scavenger hunts for different locations.
Looking Down- go for a hike and focus on the ground.
Sky- see in the sky and the tree tops
Staying in Place- find a place to sit outdoors and see what you can see
Window - what can you see from your window
Creek - what kind of wildlife and wildlife habitat can you find at your local creek?
Rivers, Streams, and Wetlands
Sum of the Parts from Project WET. Page 5 in this kids activity guide https://www.projectwet.org/sites/default/files/content/documents/WASH/Water_is_Life_EN.pdf
Fred the Fish story and activity