2017 RRR Exhibit

The 2017 Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Exhibition

The Hi-Desert Nature Museum’s much anticipated annual art exhibition showcases artwork made from recycled and reused materials in an effort to raise awareness about our “throw-away” society and its impact on the environment.  This is a community-curated exhibition, where adults, young adults, and children alike have the opportunity to express their creativity and environmental stewardship.

The Hi-Desert Nature Museum is located in the Yucca Valley Community Center Complex.  If you have any questions about this exhibition or event, please call 760.369.7212.

 

Conservation Quest – Youth Exhibit June 10 – Sept 16, 2017

GO GREEN-

Join the quest to learn about energy and conservation.


Loaded with hands-on interactives, Conservation Quest delivers important conservation messages, inspiring visitors to make thoughtful choices about energy use. Learn about energy – what it is, where it comes from, how we use it and why it’s so important to use it wisely. See how simple actions can make big differences for families, communities and the planet.

  • Find ways to save with light bulbs, electricity and recycling
  • Explore solar, wind and hydropower
  • Connect circuits to power up lights, alarms and fans
  • Take the green challenge– a computer interactive on green choices
  • Check out the latest energy-saving inventions and learn about the future of energy

Stepping Stones Museum for Children’s traveling exhibits are unlike anything… anywhere.
Created to inspire lifelong learning through inquiry and play, the exhibits provide an interactive educational experience for visitors of all ages.

John Muir’s Botanical Legacy – September 21 – December 16, 2017

Nature’s Beloved Son: Rediscovering John Muir’s Botanical Legacy

 

In the spirit which John Muir embraced the botanical world, Nature’s Beloved Son traces his travels through North America and presents vivid images of the actual plants that Muir held in his hands, carried in his pockets, and preserved for all time.  Curated by Bonnie J. Gisel. Photographs by Stephen J.  Joseph.