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Humboldt Botanical Gardens Mission is to Inspire, Educate and Grow everyone in or near Humboldt County and Northwestern California though work with schools, clubs and the community.

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Donations may also be made via Snail Mail
Please make donations payable to: Humboldt Botanical Gardens

P.O. Box 6117 Eureka, CA 95502
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    Education

Education

Education

Self-guided tours for teachers, a list of botanical garden field trip ideas and other resources to support primary, secondary and post-secondary field trips are available by request.  Special topic and large group tours must be arranged ahead of time and may require a fee.  Please Contact the office if you would like to schedule a special topic, large group or docent led tour.

Special Tour Form

Printable Fun Facts
(Fun Facts were produced by Tamara Motola as part of the HBG Internship Program)


Workshops, Classes, and Articles

Birds & the Bees Education Series

The Garden Word Short Articles by Bruce Palmer


Docent Program

The HBG Docent Program is currently in the review and launch stage.  We will post the program information as soon as details are finalized.  In the meantime, please let us know if you are interested in becoming a Docent.  You can contact the office at (707) 442-5139, or use our contact form.
 

 

Children’s Programs

PBS North Coast Kids in the Garden

HBG has partnered with KEET-TV to create a series of monthly classes at the Humboldt Botanical Garden. Classes meet from 10 am until noon on the second Thursday of every month. They are geared for children 2 – 8. Classes from this series are FREE.

Based on the learning triangle.  Workshops include viewing a segment of PBS Kid’s Programming, reading several short stories, and taking part in hands-on activities.
Led by Jackie Hamilton from KEET-TV, workshops provide youth with critical reading and comprehension skills.
Workshops are geared for children 2 – 8 years of age, but children of all ages are welcome.
A sensory walk through the Garden will be part of each workshop
Each family will take home a free book.

PBS North Coast Kids Upcoming Dates

March 9, 2017

Theme: What’s That Sound?

April 13, 2017

Theme: Where Have You Been?

May 11, 2017

Theme: Another Year Older

June 8, 2017

Theme: Friends

Keep checking in! More classes, events and online activities are on their way!
If you have ideas for classes or are interested in teaching a class contact us.