Snyder Park Dates:
Guided Nature Tour – 10/01 10 am
Young SEEDs In The Park – 10/15 9 am
Guided Nature Tour – 11/05 10 am
Young SEEDs In The Park – 11/9 10 am
Young SEEDs In The Park – 11/19 9 am
Guided Nature Tour – 12/03 10:00 am
Young SEEDs In The Park – 12/14 10 am
Young SEEDs In The Park – 12/17 9 am
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Heal The Planet invites any child with unique learning needs or who is on the spectrum to join us for a hands-on gardening experience on the first Saturday of every month at Snyder Park.
Nature-Based Learning for Kids:
Bioregional Explorations – “Embrace Your Place”
Life in the Soil
Patterns in Nature
The Food Forest Garden
The Tropical Backyard Garden
Skill-Building Workshops for Adults:
Sustainable Soil Building
Simple Plant Propagation
Tropical Tree Care
Composting / Transforming Waste into Energy
Permaculture Design & Principles
Whole Systems Pest and Disease Management
Creating and Caring for your Tropical, Edible, Medicinal Backyard Garden
Heal The Planet’s Edible Landscape Garden
Upon entering Snyder Park, look to your right to see Heal The Planet’s satellite office and organic edible landscape garden. The garden is a demonstration site to tell a new story of how we design urban landscapes, from front yards to city parks. Stroll through the edible landscape garden and gain inspiration on how to transform your home environment into a beautiful, productive, and sustainable urban oasis. Be sure to take note of the abundant edible and medicinal perennial plants perfectly suited for our home in the tropics. Join us for one of our educational programs in the park to learn how to take cuttings from our garden to plant and grow in yours!
Education in Nature – Objective
Demonstrate ideal conditions for growing food to residents and visitors of Broward County.
Convey the abundance of yields gained from a food forest system – local food and medicine, sustainable soil building, habitat for biodiversity, wide-spread resource management, carbon fixation, environmental stewardship.
Bring the permaculture principles to life through skill-building workshops and visual tools.
Teach sustainable soil building and waste reduction by utilizing resources in the local environment – sargassum seaweed, food waste, local mulch & biomass.
Educate and empower visitors to utilize waste as a resource – teach how to catch and store energy and repurpose waste through various composting methods.
Build community in the commons to connect humans with habitat and engage residents with hands-on environmental steward practices.
Inspire visitors to create productive, sustainable, affordable and resilient backyard systems.
Education in Nature – Programs
Check our up-to-date schedule for which programs are featured this month in Snyder Park. If you are interested in a certain program listed below, please contact our team. We offer private classes for groups.
Which event is for me?
Looking for more of a leisurely, educational stroll through the new Circle of Life Experience in Snyder Park? Our guided nature tours will take you through the butterfly garden, edible landscape garden, food forest, and wild spaces of Snyder Park. They are family-friendly, engaging, and an excellent opportunity to experience nature thriving in the urban environment.
Young SEEDs In The Park
Our Young SEEDs In The Park is a FREE program for children ages 8 to 17. It is a hands-on experience offering sessions on gardening, yoga, breathwork, food demos, exercise, and more.