The portable Star Lab inflatable planetarium brings students in grades K-10 closer to understanding the earth, moon, planets and ancient Greek mythology any time of year.
With the completion of the new Come & Play Nature Exhibit at Penitentiary Glen, children and families are able to learn and interact with imaginative nature discovery activities.
Visit Penitentiary Glen soon to learn more about fields, wild wetlands and forests.
Installation of wind turbine at Lake Metroparks Farmpark in Kirtland. The turbine is part of a display featuring different forms of alternative energy. LPF contributed to the purchase and installation of the turbine and display.
Children’s nature program at Lake Metroparks Hidden Lake Park in Leroy Township. LPF supports this program through scholarships.
Ribbon-cutting event at the newly renovated Outdoor Classroom at Lake Metroparks Penitentiary Glen Reservation. LPF contributed to renovation and worked with outside foundations.
Lake Metroparks interpreters lead a wildlife education and outreach program at a local area school featuring a red-tailed hawk. LPF plays role through scholarships and support of Wildlife Center.