Graduate students from Southern Oregon University's Environmental Education master's degree program provide education on the Monument for area classes from September through November. They prepare biodiversity-themed lessons and deliver them as part of the Fall in the Field component of their program. See http://sou.edu/ee/ for additional information about this exciting offering.
This group of 4th graders from Orchard Hill School participates in a geology lesson atop Hobart Bluff.
Talent Elementary School students enjoy learning about insects at Tub Springs.
A moment of solitude on Hobart Bluff.
An Ashland Middle School student learns to use a butterfly net at Green Springs Mountain Loop.
Taking a closer look at a CSNM dragonfly.
Helman Elementary 5th graders on the Green Springs Mountain Loop trail -- Great Gray Owl habitat!
Bonnie McCracken's 6th grade on Hobart Bluff. Students explored Cascade geology and Monument botany, and enjoyed Hobart's incomparable views of the surrounding area.
CSNM interpretive staff and specialists also lead field trips and provide technical support for area schools. This group is from Pinehurst School in Lincoln, located in the heart of the Monument.