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School and Group Programs

Looking to enrich your classroom or group with hands-on learning at Sarett? We offer dozens of programs for Preschoolers to adults – take a look!

Injured or Abandoned Wildlife

Have you found an injured animal that needs help? Check out our wildlife page for helpful information on what to do.

Trail Map

Sarett has many miles of hiking trails through wetlands and upland forest. Check out our trail map and visit today!

Upcoming Events

May
26

Sarett’s Native Wildflower Sale

Join us Saturday, May 26 or Sunday, May 27 at the Nature Center for our annual native plant sale. We will be selling many different species of plants for your garden to bring color and help our native wildlife! Native plants are easier to care for and bring wonderful color and wildlife to your yard. Shop early for the best selection. Sarett will continue to sell plants after the weekend during regular business hours.
Jun
01

Explore Michigan at the Portman Preserve

June 1, Friday, 1:00 pm EXPLORE MICHIGAN—PORTMAN PRESERVE. Explore this Southwest Michigan Land Conservancy nature preserve with Nate Fuller. SWMLC protects 190 acres of high quality prairie fen, wetlands, savanna, and woodland habitats. This area also has three lakes, nine creeks, and several natural springs. The Portman Preserve is home to rare, threatened, and endangered plant and animals. It also forms part of the headwaters of the Paw Paw River. Be prepared for a two mile hike! $25/non-member, $20/member. Please call to register 927-4832.
Jun
02

Kayak the Kalamazoo River

June 2, Saturday, 10:00 am KAYAK THE KALAMAZOO RIVER. We will be paddling from the dam to the pipeline. Includes two naturalist guides, kayak, transportation, life vest, and paddle. Bring a sack lunch and plenty of water. We plan to be back to the Nature Center sometime in the afternoon. $20/person, $15/member. Please call to register 269-927-4832 or with any questions.

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