Wild Architecture Education Program

Wild Architecture: Integrating Art & Plant Science is our new youth education program to be funded by the Batchelor Foundation, which is matching contributions up to our goal of $45,000.

By taking part in Wild Architecture, students will:

  • Engage in nature-focused activities within the Garden’s dynamic tropical landscapes, utilizing the Garden’s current exhibits, such as Stickwork.
  • Observe nature’s influence on architectural designs around the world.
  • Explore the wetland ecosystem of Windows on the Floating World.
  • Learn about Easter Island through the Blume Moai Installation in our Tropical Forest (estimated to open fall 2019)

Our sincere thanks to all who have donated since this fundraising campaign began in April 2019! Your support will help cover the costs of transportation, supplies and programming.