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Conservation Field Studies

We are offering Conservation Field Studies for teens who are in 9th to 12th grade. This program is designed to investigate the interdependence of Rice Creek's ecosystems through field studies and projects.  Participants will examine the importance of stewardship through habitat study, animal habits and real-life applications.

The focus for 2016 will be Winter Ecology. We will explore trails on snowshoes to see how adaptations of wildlife, people and plants enable them to survive winter conditions. We will plan to visit a college level Biology or Zoology lab. 

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Conservation Field Studies for 2016
Monday through Thursday

February 15 to 18

10 am to 12:30 pm

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I am pleased to announce that plans are underway for Conservation Field Studies 2016. 
Scholarship and registration materials are now available and are now being accepted.

Select the links to the right for more Conservation Field Studies information and forms.

Dr. Diann C. Jackson

Program administered by Dr. Diann C. Jackson