Youth & Family
In the summer of 2019 we are launching a pilot program to provide meaningful, real-life experiences that connect children 0-12 years to the Georgeson Botanical Garden. For more information, please email curriculum development expert Katie Earle.
Download one of the following worksheets for an opportunity to dig a little deeper into what’s happening seasonally in the Garden throughout the Spring, Summer, and Fall. Use these worksheets to find some of the Garden’s hidden gems — with some great prizes to be won each season!
Spring 2019 Worksheets
School Field Trips
Take your school or homeschool group on a field trip in the Garden! Field trips are designed to support teachers and use Alaskan State Learning Standards to create meaningful real-life experiences that showcase the Georgeson Botanical Garden’s contribution to sub-arctic horticultural knowledge. Fill out our group visits form for more information.
Coming in 2019: weekly opportunities for children 0-7 years old to get up close and personal with activities in the Garden. Activities include Garden Elements for moms and babies (0-2 years), Garden Explorers for moms and toddlers (2.5-4 years), and Little Gardeners for children 5-7 years old. Please email Katie Earle for more information.
Events & Workshops
2019 Workshop Series
Check out our workshop page for the 2019 workshop series!
Enjoy the following educational events:
May 25th, 12:00pm-2:00pm: Teddy Bear Picnic at the Babula Children’s Garden. Bring a teddy bear and a picnic lunch to have fun and learn about bears!
June 23rd, 11:00am-1:00pm: Georgeson Birthday Bash & Mud Day throughout the Garden. Come learn and play with community organizations, fun garden games, birthday cake, and a mud pit!
Research & Education
Since it began, the Georgeson Botanical Garden has conducted plant trials and experiments in order to provide valuable horticultural information to the people living and growing plants in subarctic conditions.
You will find links to summaries of many of these trials and experiments. We hope to make this information available in a searchable online database in the future. Keep checking back as we continue to make these data available!