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News and Events
Summer Nature Camps: Monday June 16 through Friday, August 1. For more information click here.
The Nature of Things Series: Rattlesnake Seminar and Field Study: Seminar on Thursday, July 10 from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm and Field Study on Saturday, July 12 at 10 am to 12 noon at the Nature Center. For more information click here.
Laurie Lewis Bluegrass Music at the Nature Center. Saturday July 12, 7 pm to 9 pm at the Nature Center. More information shortly.
Peter Hayes and Molly Keller, two of the editors of the Outdoor World of the Sacramento Region, talk to Beth Ruyak of Insight on Capital Public Radio. Listen to the program here. Find out more about the full-color edition of The Outdoor World of the Sacramento Region here.
Read the latest copy of our quarterly newsletter, The Acorn.
Click here to see current activities at the Nature Center (Nature tours and presentations almost every weekend)
The Effie Yeaw Nature Center is a community service of ARNHA.
Photo of Deer: Linda Thomas
For Effie Yeaw Nature Center's 2013-2014 Educational Programs Catalog, click here. The Effie Yeaw Nature Center is a community service of ARNHA.
ARNHA publishes books that explore the natural and human history of the American River in the greater Sacramento area.Sales proceeds help support the educational and interpretive programs at the Effie Yeaw Nature Center.
We are grateful for the contributions of the late Georgia Jones who managed this website for many years, and to Marty Maskall, who initially designed the site.
California Naturalist Program The American River Natural History Association, in conjunction with UC Cooperative Extension, is offering the 2014 California Naturalist certificate class at the Effie Yeaw Nature Center from April through June. The 40-hour course combines a science curriculum with guest lecturers, field trips and project-based learning to exlore the unique ecology and natural history of the greater Sacramento reion. This course will cover basic ecology, watershed concepts, geology, wildlife, plants, and global environmental issues, as well as tools for collaborative conservation and communication, and will be beneficial for educators, college students, land owners, interested citizens and staff and vounteers of nature-oriented non-profits and regional parks. The current session is fully subscribed and we anticipate presenting the course again. For more information about the California Naturalist program click here.
Vernal Pool Photo by Sallie Reynolds
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