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Events & programs

Program request

For years, our community has benefited from free wetland education programs, thanks to generous donors and volunteers like you! Your support, whether through donations or your time, is vital in enabling us to carry on our crucial mission. Join us in making a difference today!


Click here for an application to bring a class/group to a LRWP preserve

  • Teachers, let us know what you're studying and we can tailor a program that's relevant to the classroom. Scouts, our staff and volunteers can work with you to meet requirements for different badges. Trips are arranged on a first come, first served basis.

  • Adult groups may also wish to visit our preserves or volunteer. Please call us if your employee group, club, hiking group, birding group, church group, senior program or other community group is interested in a guided visit or might like to volunteer at an event or for stewardship.

  • Offsite presentations can be given about our preserves and programs to businesses, clubs or other community groups through special arrangements with our staff. Classroom presentations on wetland topics may also be arranged on a limited basis.

For more information, or to discuss an event for your group, please email Aly Munger at


seed to marsh

At Little River Wetlands Project, we offer a wide variety of fun-filled wetland restoration and education programs for groups of all abilities. We are able to offer these programs for FREE due to the support of our generous members. You can schedule a Seed to Marsh learning adventure with an experienced Trail Guide or take a self-guided hike using one of our property maps. 

Through our Seed to Marsh program, Little River Wetlands Project provides educational opportunities that allow our participants to learn about native plants and restoration, why it is important, and be actively involved in our restoration efforts. We are happy to run tailored programs for school groups of all ages and abilities, homeschool groups, day care centers, clubs, scouts, after-school groups, senior citizens, nature clubs, and other specially developed programs for groups of all ages.

If you are interested in scheduling a hike or would like to hear more about our Seed to Marsh programs, contact Aly Munger at (260) 478-2515 or by email at Dates for our program opportunities fill up fast, so sign-up well in advance of your requested trip date. Let us know if your group is also interested in volunteering at our preserves.

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