Nature Explorers

Wednesdays, July 24, July 31, August 8, August 14: 10am - 12pm

Nature Explorers is a fun, environmental education program that teaches children about the wild and natural treasures of our island. Kids will explore nature through games, experiments and other fun activities led by local volunteers. We will visit the Otto, Curry, Baker Preserves, as well as Ferry Beach. Drop your children off at each day’s location as noted on the attached Registration Form. Please send your child with sturdy clothing, good walking shoes and a water bottle. Snacks will be provided. $15.00 per child covers all four sessions; sibling discount for two or more children. Scholarships are available.

July 24 - Otto Preserve, meet at the Resource Center, 3560 Sunrise Road

July 31 - Beach Walk , meet at the Beach Store Cafe parking lot, 2200 N. Nugent

August 7 - Curry Preserve, meet at the LOWER parking lot, 2449 N. Nugent

August 14 - Baker Preserve, meet at the parking kiosk, Seacrest Drive

Join us this summer for tons of fun! Registration is now open - sign up here!

Aiston Tour by Kayak

Join us for a paddle tour of the Aiston Preserve!

Saturday, August 24: 10:30am - 3:00pm departing from the Scenic Estates Marina

Not yet open to the public, this nature preserve boasts over 105 acres, including 4,000 feet of shoreline that will be permanently protected. Come learn about the history and restoration of this property. Our full day of adventure will depart from the Scenic Estates marina. Paddling to the preserve we will explore the old quarry and enjoy lunch at Abner Point. Come explore remote pocket beaches and experience the unique perspective from the water.

Seats are limited – Sign up HERE for a fun day with Moondance Sea Kayak Adventures. Proceeds support Lummi Island Heritage Trust.

Aiston Walking Tour

Saturday, September 14: 1:00pm - 2:30pm at the Aiston Preserve, 1033 Beach Avenue

Join us for a walking tour of the Aiston Preserve! Not yet open to the public during our restoration phase, this is a perfect opportunity to walk on the land, learn about the history and the Trust's plans for the future. Meet in the parking area inside the old quarry gate at the end of Beach Avenue in the Scenic Estates neighborhood.

Wear comfortable walking shoes, bring a water bottle and dress for the weather. Bring a friend and we will see you there!