Posts Tagged ‘acorns’

Acorn flour chocolate chip cookies recipe

Photo of acorn flour cookies

When environmental education coordinator Bryanna Kuhlman decided to focus on ethnobotany for this year’s Thanksgiving hike, she knew she would talk about how people have used acorns for food as part of the Kenue Park program. She came to me (community relations coordinator Kiley Roth) and casually mentioned it would be fun to make cookies…

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Leave behind your nature art

Photo of an arrow made out of acorns

Andy Goldsworthy is an intriguing nature artist who makes art, takes a photo and then leaves his art behind. (See some of Goldsworthy’s art here.) From piles of leaves that look like three-dimensional pits to rocks balanced in arches, his art inspires you to head outside and see what you can make with the items…

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The perfect fall craft — a handprint acorn!

Photo of acorn hand craft

‘Tis the season of acorns. Come to Kenue Park and you will see many, many of the tasty morsels that animals like squirrels love to munch on during the winter. That makes an acorn craft the perfect fall activity, one that we did during our Colors of the Wind-themed Nature Tots program in September. The…

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