Fenner Nature Center has been a destination for environmental education for over 60 years. Fostering a sense of wonder and appreciation for the natural world resonates within all of our programming. Fenner offers a variety of public youth, family and adult programs throughout the year. Check our public programs calendar for upcoming programs and registration requirements!
Fenner’s Youth Leadership Program (YLP) is an opportunity for youth between the ages of 12 and 17 to be involved in volunteerism and leadership roles at the park.
Sign up here for Fishin’ Michigan’s youth program where children ages 5-16 can learn basic fishing skills and fishing ethics.
The Indigenous community of Lansing, MI (Nkwejong) invites you to participate in a Anishinaabe Language and Cultural camp sponsored by Fenner Nature Center, Saginaw Chippewa Tribal College, and the Lansing School Districts Indigenous Youth Empowerment Program. The two day event will feature Anishinaabe Language activities and break out sessions for families interested in reclaiming and… Continue reading 2018 Anishinaabe Language & Culture Camp
Learn to ‘go wild’ through exciting games, art, scientific inquiry, and lots of outdoor discovery in ways that will inspire even the youngest naturalists!