IMG_2463Fish are biting, toads are singing at a deafening constancy, and the first wildflowers of spring are blooming. These are the signs of spring. Just as constant are the field trips of spring at the Watershed Center. If you have worked with us on a field trip in the past, I hope you enjoyed it and will help again. If you never have, please contact me and come visit us during a field trip. Below, you can find one document that outlines all of our spring field trips so far. This list is subject to changes as more field trips are booked. The second document is the play-by-play description of the field trip learning stations, leaner and meaner than ever, giving students a chance to learn important concepts related to water and to enjoy being in nature without feeling overwhelmed.



We couldn’t have the quality of the field trips we offer without the solid community of volunteers surrounding us. If you have supported us in the past, or currently support what we do, I hope you get the chance to experience a field trip first-hand. If you really want to see one of the most powerful ways our mission touches the world, come watch a kid hold a crawdad.


Thanks so much for your help.

-Rob Hunt, Watershed Center Coordinator


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