Natural Resource Workshops
We offer hands-on outdoor field workshops on aquatic ecology, soil health, forestry, and wildlife biology for Middle and Highschool students. Historically these workshops prepared students for the State Envirothon Competition, however, they are open to any school regardless of Envirothon participation. Topics align well with FFA and Biology courses and showcase a variety of natural resource careers.
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Participants survey aquatic life, test water quality, and learn about stream morphology and water management.
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Students apply the fundamentals of soil science to practice soil surveying and observe land management practices that increase soil health.
Students learn tree survey techniques and species ID from professional foresters and apply knowledge toward forest management.
While we cannot provide interactions with wild animals, we try to get the next best thing by inviting Wildlife Biologist to share their experience and lead hands-on activities.