The dedicated members of the Aldo Leopold Nature Center, honor the spirit of this famed Wisconsin conservationist. The mission is to "...teach the student to see the land, understand what he sees, and enjoy what he understands." These devotees accomplish this offering opportunites through hands-on, guided experiences, for children and adults come to discover and explore the wonders of the natural world!
Maple Syrup Fest will be celebrated on March 30th, from 1 - 3 p.m. on the Monona Campus. Attendees may: Tap and Taste real MapleTree Sap Test your "Nature Smarts" with Maple Syrup Trivia Increase your Knowledge of Trees with "Build-A-Tree" Game! Learn from a Real "Tapper" how Maple Syrup is made Today and the Old-Fashioned Way! Tour the Rustic Children's Shack Take part in Cooking Demonstrations with Early Pioneer Settler Women Enjoy Ice Cream Sundaes topped with Pure Maple Syrup!
(for more info, and registration see: http://www.naturenet.com/alnc/events/maple_fest.html )
The Center is located at: 300 Femrite Drive, Monona, WI 53716