Spring Volunteer Work Party! Saturday, May 26th 1pm – 3pm Please bring work gloves and water. Snacks provided. Please RSVP if possible so we know how many tools and snacks to provide. Thanks!! We appreciate your help!!
Greetings! We have exciting plans for 2018! We will continue our expansion of Earthology Park, our Earthology Retreat Center, and our efforts toward health and sustainability. In early April of 2018, Earthology Institute partnered with the Minnesota Orchestra Plus grant foundation to develop a traveling art installation entitled “Live Like You Mean It”. The installation is […]
Earthology Park received a generous donation of a “Free Little Library” that will be installed in mid-July. Feel free to pick up a book to read, and also drop off a book that you think folks would enjoy. Kid-friendly books are always a hit. Thanks and Happy Reading!
Earthology Retreat Center is now up and running. Our second cabin is built and we are ready to start taking reservations. Classes will begin in the spring of 2018. Stay tuned!
Earthology Institute will host a screening of Food for Thought – Food for Life http://foodforthoughtfilm.com/ at Driftless Books and Music. Visit us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/earthologyinstitute for details.
This Spring, Earthology Park will be planting 150 tree seedlings purchased through Vernon County. A work day is scheduled for May 7th. Gardens will also be freshened up and new plants will be added. Join us!
Using advocacy, science and the arts, Earthology Institute provides resources and an action network that disseminates critical, forward thinking and practical tools for the advancement of human health, sustainability and the environment. Earthology Institute advocates positive environmental change with a focus on sustainability, environmental toxins, human health, ecological integrity, proactive and positive living in the […]
This new public park is located a short two miles from downtown Viroqua, along the Upper Bishop Branch of the West Fork of the Kickapoo River (Maple Dale Valley). This land, on Lower Maple Dale Road, consists of a diversity of old woodlands, waterfront, scenic bluff overlooks, ridge-tops, and valleys. Thanks to donations, grants, and […]
The Institute and Park are both public resources that rely on volunteer support. Please use our contact form at Earthology Institute for details – thank you!
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