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When the going gets tough,
get some snowshoes!

And now you needn't take out your wallet to do so when the snow flies, call ahead to The West Woods Nature Center at 440-286-9516 and sign up to borrow a pair of ours for FREE!

Prefer to showshoe with a group and a naturalist? Register here to get notified when conditions are right at a certain park and we're headed out. Our snowshoes are reservable for those programs, too.

Plus, Geauga Park District crews maintain certain cross county skiing and walking trails all winter long. Click here for those details.

Enjoy this a beautiful, wondrous time of year!

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Community Survey
(Open now through March 31)

Winter Photo Contest
(Ends March 24)

20th Annual Nature Writing Contest (Entries Due April 13)

Free Snowshoe Borrowing

Bird in the Hand Project

Park Board Meetings

Job Openings

Return to the Ice Age (and Something's Afoot: Nature Just Can't Stay Put)


Frozen Artistry Feb. 1 - April 19 at The West Woods Nature Center


Restore Nassau Astronomical Observing Station

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If you or a member of your family has special needs, please call us regarding available accessibility accommodations.

Dial 440-279-0814 for
non-emergency ranger calls.

Shutterbugs Camera Club
Thursday, March 5, 7-9 PM
The West Woods, Oak Room A & B
Anyone interested in photography of any skill level - please join us! Visit http://bit.

Full Moon Program: The Worm Moon
Thursday, March 5, 7-8:30 PM
Observatory Park, Robert McCullough Science Center
A full moon in March is known as a "worm moon.

In a Fog about Climate Change!
Saturday, March 7, 2-3 PM
The West Woods, Oak Room A & B
A discovery of why and how the average Joe is rather cool towards today's hottest topic! Learn how we know what we know (or think we know) about ancient climates.

-- program requires pre-registration

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