The exhibition Habitat explores the critical need for varied habitats, how interconnected and fragile they are, and what we can do to protect them. Admission is Free for Garden Members.
Plants, animals, and other organisms have adapted to each other and their habitats over time, creating a delicate ecological balance. This balance faces many threats, including pollution, deforestation, and climate change, but humans can protect habitats for the future by learning to be better stewards of the environment.
This experience showcases the unique habitats throughout the gardens and landscapes of Green Bay Botanical Garden and of northeast Wisconsin.
Habitat was developed by Smithsonian Gardens and is made available by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service.
Buzz on over to the Garden to see larger-than-life sculptures like this Rusty-Patched Bumblebee Honeycomb. Learn about important bugs you can find in your local landscape, and how to help them in their native habitats.
Full Exhibit Details, Tickets, and Membership Opportunities HERE.