Programs

Conservation Classroom Field Trips

Our educational programs act as an extension of your classroom, providing hands-on experiences through explorations and investigations in the Grange Insurance Audubon Center and surrounding Scioto-Audubon Metro Park habitats.

Single Day Field Trip Experiences

Teachers, bring your students to the Grange Insurance Audubon Center for a unique field trip in the heart of the city. Our two-hour educational programs meet STEM and state standards while acting as an extension of your classroom providing hands-on experiences through explorations and investigations in the Grange Insurance Audubon Center and surrounding Scioto-Audubon Metro Park habitats.

• Available for Grades K- 8
• Dates based on availability between 9 am and 3 pm weekdays throughout the year
• School Year field trips as well as Summer field trips are available
• $7 per student (over 25 students) or $175 minimum per session
• Program Topics: Birds and Birding, Aquatic Habitat Explorations, Habitat Discoveries, Operation Conservation

For availability and scheduling, please contact Allison Clark, Education Program Manager, at (614)545-5482 or aclark@audubon.org

Classroom Year-Long Partnership Experiences

Conservation Classroom is a very unique opportunity for classrooms to engage in meaningful learning experiences throughout the school year. This partnership includes an introduction visit in the classroom and three follow-up field trips to the center and park during the remainder of the school year. Transporation to and from the Grange Insurance Audubon Center is arranged and provided through the center. The scientific process comes alive through programs reinforcing writing, science and math skills, all the while connecting students with nature and instilling an apprecation for the environment around them. This program is generously funded by donors, allowing availability at a very reasonable cost to each classroom.  A limited number of classroom partnerships are available and space fills quickly each year.

To learn more about partnership opportunities, please contact Allison Clark, Education Program Manager, at (614)545-5482 or aclark@audubon.org

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