Wild Wednesdays at the Lakeside Lab-The Importance of Pollination

Date(s) - Jul 11 2018
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Iowa Lakeside Laboratory


Wild Wednesdays is a free, fun, family-oriented science program occurring every Wednesday June 13-August 1st at the Waitt lab at 7p.m.

July 11th topic: The Importance of Pollination


Lakeside Lab has has provided summer classes and research opportunities to college students since 1909. As a Regents Resource Center, Lakeside also offers programs in lifelong learning for all people of northwest Iowa with many designed for children and several for adults. The Friends of Lakeside Lab, its non-profit partner, provides valued support.

Although education is Lakeside’s primary function, it also serves as a nature preserve and historic district. The north part of campus is being restored to prairie, while other areas are wooded. The Lab has 12 structures on the National Register of Historic Places, including five stone classrooms built by the Civilian Conservation Corps. The grounds are open during daylight hours, and guests are welcome.

Find further information on the Lakeside lab here and follow their Facebook page here.