Calvin College Ecosystem Preserve

Winter 2013 Newsletter

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upcoming events/programs

idea for children/family outdoor/nature activity

new staff/volunteer introductions

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volunteer opportunity/need

thank you's/wrap up/etc

other misc info

 

The Bunker Interpretive Center

Walking trails are open to the public every day from dawn to dusk.

Bunker Interpretive Center (BIC) hours

Academic year:
M–F  9 a.m.–5 p.m.

Summer:
M–F  8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m.

Closed weekends and holidays.
Admission to the trails and BIC is free.

(616) 526-7600
1750 East Beltline Ave. SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49546
www.calvin.edu/go/preserve

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upcoming events

Explore, discover, and create with us! During our educational programs, you might find yourself taking a discovery hike, playing a game, creating nature artwork, listening to a story, or observing live animals. back to top

idea for children

Explore, discover, and create with us! During our educational programs, you might find yourself taking a discovery hike, playing a game, creating nature artwork, listening to a story, or observing live animals. back to top

Bird watching in the ecosystem preserve.

new staff/volunteer introductions

Explore, discover, and create with us! During our educational programs, you might find yourself taking a discovery hike, playing a game, creating nature artwork, listening to a story, or observing live animals. back to top

volunteer opportunity/need

Explore, discover, and create with us! During our educational programs, you might find yourself taking a discovery hike, playing a game, creating nature artwork, listening to a story, or observing live animals. back to top

thank you's/wrap up/etc

Explore, discover, and create with us! During our educational programs, you might find yourself taking a discovery hike, playing a game, creating nature artwork, listening to a story, or observing live animals. back to top

other misc info

Explore, discover, and create with us! During our educational programs, you might find yourself taking a discovery hike, playing a game, creating nature artwork, listening to a story, or observing live animals. back to top