Posted May 9 - Conservation Photography Workshop, Part II
Posted April 30 - Rushton Farm Plant Sale
So many plants! May 4 and 5. Check out our calendar and Learn more!
Posted April 22 - Sustainable Film Series: The Need to GROW
Join us for a special screening and discussion! Register today.
Posted April 15 - Global Cuisine with Local Ingredients: Middle Eastern-inspired
Limited spaces remain for this intimate and tasty experience! Register today.
Posted April 9 -Stocking an Herbal Home Remedy Cabinet
Limited spaces remain for this fun workshop! Register today.
Posted April 5 - Conservation Photography Workshop
Our Instagram followers can join us at an exclusive discounted rate. Register today.
Posted March 27- Upcoming Events at the Rushton Conservation Center
Fitness? Check! Film? Check! Photography? Check! Food? Check! So check out these upcoming events!
Posted March 18 - Sheet Pan Suppers
Wednesday, March 20, 2019
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM EDT
Chef Donna Laveran, from Lazy Susan Kitchen, returns to help us make quick and delicious sheet pan meals using locally and sustainably sourced ingredients. Note: This event is BYOB.
Online registration will be on a first-come, first-served basis. This demonstration cooking class is $80 per person (plus online registration fees) and is limited to twelve people.
Posted March 12 - Upcoming Events at the Rushton Conservation Center
Whether you're into birds or food, we've got you covered! Check out these upcoming events.
Posted March 8 - Global Cuisine with Local Ingredients: Asian-inspired
Chef Donna Laveran, from Lazy Susan Kitchen, takes us on the first of three journeys around the world, with Asian-inspired dishes made with locally-sourced ingredients.
Online registration will be on a first-come, first-served basis. This demonstration cooking class is limited to twelve people.
Posted March 7 - Woodcocks & Cocktails
Friday, March 22, 2019
Our 7th annual Super Casual Woodcocks & Cocktails BYOB event. You'll have a chance to hear and, hopefully, see Woodcock performing their courtship flights at dusk in the fields at Rushton Woods Preserve. We'll provide the mixers, light fare, and soft drinks (and Woodcock).
We'll even have a special guest speaker this year: Andy Weik, wildlife biologist with the American Woodcock Society (AWS).
Posted March 5 - Stocking an Herbal Home Remedy Cabinet
Thurs, April 11, 2019
6:30 PM – 8:00 PM EDT
Join Doctor of Clinical Nutrition Wendy Romig as she leads us through a workshop about the benefits of organic herbs, including those grown at Rushton Farm (or like the echinacea - pictured here - growing in the meadow in front of Willistown Conservation Trust's office), and the important role they can play in our healthy homes.
Online registration will be on a first-come, first-served basis. The Herbal Home Remedy workshop is limited to 25 people.