Green Guide

In an effort to conserve and promote the environmental features found in this area WEI hosts year-round educational programming for participants of all ages. Taught by graduates of WEI’s Green Guide Certificate Program, topics can vary from butterflies to ecosystems to oysters. Learning takes place both on our 158-acre campus and during field trips which immerse students in course topics. See the full program list below for dates, times, fees and age range vary.

We suggest all participants dress appropriately for activity and weather, wear closed toe shoes and bring water, snacks, sunscreen and bug spray. All participants will need to sign a liability waiver before beginning programming and need to be 18 years of age or older. See a list of our upcoming programs below.

Fall 2017 Green Guide Environmental Programs

Wildflower Hike (GGL0102)

Thursday, Sept. 28 | 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.

This is a four-mile moderate hike through scrub habitat found around the High Bluff Coastal Trail in Tate's Hell State Forest. The hike allows participants to see, identify, and learn how these flowers are an imperative part of the forest ecosystem.

Cost: $22 per person

Beach Ecology Exploration (GGL0104)

Saturday, Oct. 7,  9 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Instructor:  Debbi Clifford, Certified Green Guide, Outdoor Guide

Take a morning stroll down two different beaches, Mashes Sands and Bald Point. On the walk, the instructor will identify organisms and plants along the way. This is a unique hands-on experience to learn about coastal ecology while enjoying the beautiful scenery.

Cost: $22 per person

Flying WILD (GGL0106)

Saturday, Oct. 21, 9 a.m. - noon

Instructor:  Maureen O'Neil

Flying WILD is a children's supplementary environmental education program offering fun, interactive activities with an emphasis on birds and bird conservation. Parents must accompany their children.

  • Music
  • Art Projects
  • Face Painting
  • Bird Watching Nature Walk 

Cost: $22 per person


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To register, call Colleen Collins at (850) 558-3502.

Photo courtesy of Green Guide Robert Seidler.