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The Pajarito Environmental Education Center is sponsoring lots of fun, free activities for families this summer.
At 6 p.m. on Thursday, Gail Haggard of Plants of the Southwest will create a wildflower meadow near PEEC’s new Mud Kitchen, and participants can watch and learn.
Haggard will share tips about how to seed an area to create that beautiful effect. She’ll also discuss which seeds work best, when to plant, and how to care for the flowers.
Plants of the Southwest has been in operation in Santa Fe since 1976 and Haggard has been working there since it opened. She loves native plants, and loves to share that knowledge with others.
This event is free and open to the public, and no registration is required.
Nature Playtimes commence from 10-11 a.m. every Monday at PEEC. During Nature Playtimes, kids up to age five enjoy a short storytime and a wide variety of activities about nature. Kids and parents rotate through activity stations together, with each week bringing new activities on a different theme.
The National Wildlife Federation recommends that every kid get outside for a “Green Hour” each day.
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