Spring Exploration Series
The ERC’s Spring Exploration Series brings experts from various scientific fields to all 2nd and 3rd grade students in the public and private schools of Blaine County.
Every spring for six consecutive weeks, approximately 550 students attend each of these interactive visits and learn about a wide variety of environmental science topics. This program is in its 20th year and is offered to schools free of charge.
We are thrilled to announce the presenters for the 2018 Spring Exploration Series:
- April 18 & 19: Environmental Resource Center, “Recycling in the Wood River Valley” with Alisa McGowan
- April 25 & 26: The Peregrine Fund, “Raptor Adaptations” with Curtis Evans
- May 2 & 3: INL ESER Program, “Weather Basics” with Alana Jensen
- May 9 & 10: Zoo Idaho, “Native Idaho Animals” with Rachael Shearouse
- May 16 & 17: Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve, “Bats of Idaho” with Matt Daniel
- May 23 & 24: Idaho Museum of Natural History, “Mammoth Murder Mystery” with Virginia Jones
2018 Spring Exploration Series flyer coming soon.
The Spring Science Series will be offered again this year in conjunction with the Spring Exploration Series. These community presentations will be on Wednesday evenings from 6-7 PM in the Queen of the Hills room at the Blaine County Community Campus. They are free and family-friendly! Attend one or all of the presentations!
2018 Spring Science Series poster coming soon.
Thank you to the Knob Hill Inn, AmericInn, College of Southern Idaho and individual donors for supporting these programs.
For more information call (208) 726-4333 or email Alisa McGowan, ERC Program Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.