THE DRIFTLESS AREA WETLANDS CENTRE
Mission: To provide a unique learning experience that connects people to the natural world and empowers them to positively impact their local environments.
- Environmental education facility staffed to provide environmental education programs highlighting the biology, ecology and geology of the unique Driftless Area
- Visitor Center featuring with wetlands, prairie, wildlife displays and animals native to the Driftless Area. The visitor center is open to the public at no cost.
- Community gathering space with large covered plaza that is ADA compliant and available for rentals by private groups and organizations
We work cooperatively with area conservation agencies and organizations such as US Fish and Wildlife, Scouts and Clayton County Conservation.
SEASONAL POSITION AVAILABLE
Driftless Area Wetlands Centre is hiring a part-time, seasonal naturalist and farmers market manager.
Position Description & Application Information
FAMILY ASTRONOMY NIGHT
Friday, February 17th from 6:00-8:00pm
Are you curious about the wonders of the night sky? Spend an evening exploring the science of astronomy with us! Digital planetarium programs will run every half hour and are a must-see. Amateur astronomers will guide exploration of the amazing night sky through telescopes. Engage your mind with hands-on science activities and get inspired to learn more! Plus, who can resist the stellar snacks!
This event is hosted by MFL MarMac teachers and the Starsplitters of Wyalusing. For more information, contact the Driftless Area Wetlands Centre at 563-873-3537 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Family Astronomy Night Flyer