Red Tail Hawk from Milford
Children are introduced to a Red Tail Hawk from the Milford Nature Center.One of several birds on display at Discover Salina.
Kansas Wesleyan Biology Club
The students at Kansas Wesleyan University made and sold bee habitats. Information about the habits of bees and their benefits were of a great deal of interest to visitors of Discover Salina.
Master Gardeners at Discover Salina
Saline County extension office operates the Master Gardener program with a demonstration garden at the fairgrounds and a yearly backyard garden tour.
The Friends of the River
Efforts to re-develop the Smoky Hill River through Salina were explained to visitors of Discover Salina.
Kansas Native Plant Society
The advantages of planting native plants in an urban setting were shared freely with visitors.
Kanopolis Lake shared their wonders
Animal skins, rock and fossil displays and recreation opportunities at Ksanopolis lake were explaind to persons attending Discover Salina.
Undergound in the soil trailer
Families explore everythg that might be found in the earth beneath your feet.
Making snakes in the crafts area
Discover Salina had plenty of crafts for younger children to enjoy and learn from.
Recycled or repurposed items can find a new home at your house.