New Pond Farm


Nature Activities

Earth Day Activities

Scavenger Hunts for Young Nature Detectives

Please click the images to download the pdfs,
then have fun exploring as the season unfolds!

Take Your Own Wildflower Ramble

    For the next few weeks our woodland wildflowers, our “spring ephemerals”, will be rushing to bloom before the canopy of leaves shades the woodland floor. Trilliums, Spring Beauties, Dutchman’s Breeches are just a few of the beauties waiting to be discovered!
To download the handy walk guide for the most common species found in our area, please use the link below.

Please Download the pdf Here

Want to “visit” some of our wildflowers without leaving home?

Follow the link below to watch our videos on some of our native wildflowers.

Watch the Videos Here

Help us celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day!

This year Earth Day went digital! Estimates are that, even with sheltering in place, over 1 billion people from over 190 countries would participate in environmental activities, showing their love and concern for our planet and making it the largest civic observance in the world.

Although the official Earth Day has passed, there are still many ways to celebrate nature.

Great Ways To Celebrate

Please stay tuned for more fun nature based activities you can do in your own backyard!