ENVIRO EDUCATION FIELD TRIPS
Our field trip programs consist of environmental education lessons, hands-on stewardship projects, and classroom presentations. Lessons are tailored for elementary to college level students, and are led by our highly experienced and knowledgeable staff.
Book Your Field Trip
Review our below Field Trip FAQ as well as our example field trip locations and activities.
When you are ready, fill out the School Field Trip and Service Program Request Form so we can contact you as soon as possible.
Dimond Park and Dimond Canyon - Biodiversity, Pollination, and Community Resilience
Everyone deserves access to a safe, healthy ecosystem. Join in on FOSC’s work to create diverse, resilient ecosystems, explore the interwoven relationships between humans and the landscape, and learn how you can take action in your own life to protect the wild spaces that are important to you.
Dimond Park and Dimond Canyon - Water Connections
Our landscapes and communities are all connected by water. See a watershed in action, learn about the unique plant and animal residents of Sausal Creek—like the wild population of Rainbow Trout that live here—and get hands-on experience with habitat restoration.
Joaquin Miller Park Native Plant Nursery - Plant Propagation, Pollination, and Community Resilience
The nursery is the heart of our restoration program at FOSC! Get a behind-the-scenes look at the start of a habitat restoration project and learn how we propagate plants to create a more resilient ecosystem. Explore different pollinators, plant adaptations, and help us with a variety of tasks that keep our nursery running.