The Legacy Center is
the center of the Legacy Project's activities – physically and metaphorically. It both makes our work possible and inspires it.
We know that not everyone will be able to visit the real-world site. So we want to bring the site to you through a variety of online experiences for children, teens, young and older adults, parents, and teachers.
Follow the building design process through our online postings; find out what's blooming in the arboretum through the images of well-known nature photographers; participate in online workshops; interact with others who are part of the Legacy Project's online learning community; and explore the free online family activities and school lesson ideas.
As a start to our online experiences, we have TreeKeepers. TreeKeepers is a powerful, effective way for children and teens to get more connected with the natural world through the Legacy Center arboretum, and learn about environmental issues while building important literacy, science, social studies, and life skills.
You can also bookmark our Legacy Center arboretum feature Photo of the Week. Bring the arboretum into your home, office, or classroom with the Natural Inspirations Series.
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