Climate Conversations: Changing Seasons, Woodlands and Traditions

Date: Saturday, March 28 2020

Come join in a discussion about the spring activity of syrup making, and enjoy a walking waffle and maple syrup flight!

Maple syruping is a tradition of hope and fellowship that ushers Minnesota from winter to spring! Explore how a changing climate is affecting our seasons and the traditions that connect us to our natural world. Connect with solutions-based organizations in your community and gain perspective from different community voices. Discover science in the sugarbush, talk with experts and wander the woodlands with walking waffles and a maple syrup flight.

In partnership with Climate Generation: A Will Steger Legacy. Reservations required. Ages 11 years and younger must be accompanied by an adult. Free.

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