Berks County Parks and Recreation
Environmental Education Programs and Activities
The Berks County Parks and Recreation Department Environmental Education programs educate individuals of all ages through meaningful experiences. Placing an emphasis on hands-on activities, we focus on creating awareness about the natural world and how all living organisms are interconnected. Whether it's getting wet viewing aquatic life on our streams and ponds, or observing owls call to one another on a cold winter's eve, participants become fully immersed in our engaging and interactive programs.
Contact Jennifer Brooks at 484-509-2667 for more information on any of these programs.
❧ School Programs
❧ Preschool "Roots to Wings" Program
❧ Girl Scout Programs
❧ Events and Activities:
Family Programs- New for 2015!
* Amphibian Migration Adventures: Amphibian Migration Adventures.pdf
*Letterboxing For Families:Letterboxing flyer.pdf
*Eco Egg Hunt: Eco Egg Hunt.pdf
*Rain Barrel Workshop: rain barrel.pdf
❧ Summer Camps -
*2015 Nature Camps: Nature Camp.pdf
*Camp Info: Nature Camp Info.pdf
*Registration form: 2015 Nature Discovery Camp Registration Form.pdf
❧Winter Solstice Celebration with King Winter
**Program .pdf's can be printed for your convienience.**
Thank you to the Tulpehocken Chapter, Trout Unlimited, Inc. and Cabela’s for their generous donation of children’s rain boots that will be used while conducting stream and pond studies within the Berks County Parks System. Due to their wonderful donation all children can now enjoy the amazing aquatic world located in their own backyards! We are overjoyed to have the opportunity to provide boots for them to aid in their explorations and hands-on discoveries while participating in our wonderful Environmental Education programs!
Contact Jennifer A. Brooks, Environmental Educator for more information about these exciting programs.