2018 Stories from the Snow

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By Alisa McGowan This winter, the ERC facilitated three Winter Tracking Workshops hosted by local tracker extraordinaire, Ann Christensen. The low snowpack did not stop participants from enjoying our backcountry trails and investigating the stories left in the snow by local animals. During the first hour of each workshop, Ann discussed different methods of tracking to identify which animals leave … Read More

Alisa McGowan2018 Stories from the Snow

The dates are set for EcoCamp 2018

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By Alisa McGowan We have officially booked the dates for our 2018 EcoCamps, and we couldn’t be more excited! This summer we will be offering two weeks of camp: July 9-13: Environmental Outdoor Adventure EcoCamp Open to rising 5th and 6th graders July 23-27: Environmental Outdoor Leadership EcoCamp Open to rising 7th-9th graders This year we will be facilitating EcoCamp … Read More

Alisa McGowanThe dates are set for EcoCamp 2018

Winter SAS Registration is Open!

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By Alisa McGowan The ERC will be offering its FREE Science After School (SAS) program once again at Alturas Elementary School this winter. This 6-week program will occur on Tuesdays, January 16-February 20, 2018 from 2:15-4:00 PM. Science After School provides 4th & 5th grade students opportunities beyond the school day to participate in project-based learning, within the context of … Read More

Alisa McGowanWinter SAS Registration is Open!

Upcoming Winter Programs

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We could not be more excited here at the ERC about our upcoming winter programs! This winter, the ERC will once again offer Winter Tracking Workshops, Winter Birding Walks with a new twist, Gallery Walks, Science After School, and snowshoe tours for the Limelight Hotel guests. Ann Christensen leads our Winter Tracking Workshops and has decades of experience in both … Read More

Alisa McGowanUpcoming Winter Programs

Fall Science After School Investigations are Complete

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The ERC’s Science After School (SAS) program wrapped up this week at Hemingway STEAM School. For the past six Tuesdays we worked with 15 enthusiastic 4th and 5th grade students exploring the wild places surrounding Hemingway STEAM School. Students learned about local habitats by investigating soil, water, macroinvertebrates, seeds and more! They loved any activity near the river. The program … Read More

Alisa McGowanFall Science After School Investigations are Complete