The hands-on program will help expand patrons’ knowledge of the animals living in their own home state of Michigan. Through an interactive program, participants will learn all about how animals in Michigan survive using foams, sprays, poisons, and bioluminescence. This one-hour program is guaranteed to be an educational extravaganza.
Nature on the Go!’s mission is to provide portable nature programs to any group, classroom or public venue for the purpose of promoting an appreciation for and connection to the nature and wildlife of Michigan and the Great Lakes region.
Naturalist Educator, Laurel Zoet, has over 10 years of experience building Nature on the Go! programs. Her past experiences include Explorer Guide with Michigan DNR, interpretive naturalist with Mobile Learning Center Team at Huron Clinton Metroparks, Naturalist and programmer with West Bloomfield Parks and Recreation, and school program coordinator at Leslie Science and Nature Center in Ann Arbor. Lauren is passionate about connecting people of all ages with the diversity and wonder of the natural phenomenon right in their backyards.
Nature on the GO! is part of The TCA Michigan Homegrown Project and is sponsored in part by Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs and a generous donation by Tom and Jeannette Meyer of Tecumseh.