Alabama Nature Center
We eat fruits and nuts from trees, use decorative woods for jewelry and art projects, and make practical items like books and fences from wood. Wood is used as a fuel for cooking and heating in stoves, fireplaces and barbecue grills. Houses, paper and boxes are made from trees, and the fibers and chemicals from wood are used to make products such as rayon fabric and rubber balls.
How can so many different products come from trees?
Discover more about the origin and creation of forest products we can’t live without during this special program tailored for homeschool students.
Programming begins at 9 a.m. and concludes at 1:30 p.m. Program cost is $10 per student.
Your students are sure to enjoy this walk through the woods. Sign your child up today.
Hurry! Space is limited.
Contact Holly Beverly at 334-285-4550 firstname.lastname@example.org.