Children’s Earth Day Forest
This Year’s Theme: Pollinator Paradise
Saturday, April 26 – Rolling Hill Park
10:00 am to 2:00 pm
Welcome to Rolling Hill Park
climbing on the mulch pile
A beautiful Wood Chip Garden
Thank you to Overbrook Families for helping plant trees at the 2013 Children's Earth Day Forest
Digging a hole for a new tree
Planting a tree
Bryn Mawr Thorne's Animals
Trees in the forest
Bryn Mawr Thorne student displaying his award
Overbrook's Red Bud
Adam from Great Valley Nature Center
Ms. Kate from Overbrook
crowd learning about Birds of Prey
Eastern Box Turtle, Phyllis, from the Wissahickon Environmental Center
Enjoying the sandbox
Join the Conservancy in celebrating this community tradition in Rolling Hill Park!
This year visitors to the forest will have the opportunity to plant native pollinator plants, enjoy a show from Bear Mountain Butterfly Sanctuary, and much more!
We Invite You to Build A Display for This Year’s Event!
With a little creativity and a whole lot of fun you too can be a part of the tradition!
For information on how you can be a part of this years event download the PDF below!