Library Programs

Berks County Conservation District Presents

Conservation Education Library Programs

Nature • Science • Hand-On Fun for all ages!

$100 for a 1 hour program

Contact Jennifer Brooks, Environmental Education Coordinator at

The Curious Garden

Follow a boy named Liam as he changes a gray city to a lush garden world, inspiring the people around him along the way. Together participants will discover all that a plant needs to survive and learn that anyone can make a change. Afterwards, participants will have the opportunity to plant the seed that could start their own garden!

Digging Deeper: Discovering the Importance of Soil

Together we will discover the role soil plays in supporting life on Earth. We will examine soil samples, create a recipe for soil, make a soil shaker, and test our art skills by making mud paintings.

Wiggly Worms

Learn all about worms and the important role they play in the environment. We will read a Diary of a Worm, conduct worm "experiments" and learn how you can use worms at home to compost your food scraps!

Watersheds, Macros, and Me

We all live in a watershed. Together we can make a difference in ensuring our waterways are clean. Children will conduct hands-on experiments to determine how pollution enters our waterways. We will also look into the magical world of macrointervertebras and investigate how they can help us to determine water quality.

Berks County Conservation District 1238 County Welfare Road, Suite 200, Leesport, PA 19533  •  610-372-4657

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