It’s a fact – kids love rocks. Looking at colors and shapes, feeling different textures and even skipping them across the lake! Here are some quick facts you can share with your Junior Naturalist next time you’re out exploring.Read More
Using our nation’s national parks as living classrooms, we provide educational programs to students interested in environmental science and conservation.
Preparing the Next Generation
We strive to instill a love of nature and a desire to protect the environment in all our students. We teach them how to live green and advocate for the Earth, inspiring them to protect our planet and parks. Through our environmental science programs, we’re getting high school and elementary students outside and active in 33 national parks.
Our annual Camping for Cause event is a FREE action-packed weekend in Acadia National Park that celebrates the role of science education in our understanding…Friday, September 6, 2019 - Monday, September 9, 2019 Acadia National Park
25 Visitor Center Rd
Bar Harbor, ME
We’ve partnered with the San Francisco Rock Climbing Association to host a fun-filled night of rock climbing. Bring the whole family!Saturday, September 28, 2019 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm San Francisco Rock Climbing Association
For the past two summers, teenagers with our Cleaning and Greening program have helped with habitat restoration and public access projects at the site of…Saturday, October 5, 2019 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Saguaro National Park Visitors Center
2700 N Kinney Rd
A Word From a Nature Knowledge Student
Sebastian participated in our Cleaning and Greening program at Olympic National Park last summer. In the video, he explains the importance of taking time in nature to explore, learn and be at peace.
“These places really bring something that the city does not, which is peace and tranquility.”