Join us at Heritage Park for the annual Rouge Rescue Volunteer Event, hosted by the Farmington Hills Nature Center and the Friends of the Rouge. Activities include planting native plants, removing invasive plant species, debris removal and trail maintenance.
Please dress for the weather and working outdoors. Equipment will be provided. The first 50 volunteers will receive a Rouge Rescue t-shirt, and a free lunch will be provided for ALL!
Sat May 18 9am-Noon No registration required. All are welcome!
Experience the wonder of spring migration as birds return to Heritage Park. Get the basics of birding from the tools you'll need to tips on how to find interesting birds. Be sure to dress for the outdoors!
Enrich your child's natural curiosity and encourage outdoor exploration.
Discover new topics each month and earn a key chain badge for completing this nature program. After earning three badges, get a prize! Register
Topic this month: Reptiles and Amphibians
*Dress for the weather!
Sat May 11 10-11:30am Ages: 5-11 Fee: $8/child (drop-ins welcome $10/child)
Wellness Walk and Talk
A FREE health inspired program with Beaumont Health. Health care professionals provide brief indoor presentations on topics of interest, then answer questions and engage in informal conversation with attendees on a 30 minute "wellness walk" through the Heritage Park trails.
No need to register, just show up! Topic: Keeping Your Brain Healthy
Thurs May 16 Noon-1pm Ages: Adult
Complete badge requirements with the help of a naturalist! Each session is filled with interactive activities.