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Field trips and educational programs

Visit the first National Estuarine Research Reserve with your students. Discover an estuary, where the river meets the sea. Engage your students with the natural world while exploring a watershed, salt marsh, tideflat and water channel. Allow your students to hike, dig, collect, observe and inquire. Involve students in science, and build scientific literacy.

Field trips and educational programs


Click on one of the above links to select a field trip.  For more information please
contact:

Eric Dean
Education Program Specialist
Phone: 541-888-5558 Ext. 126
eric.s.dean@state.or.us


Invite an educator to your classroom


Pre-K – 12 classroom or school yard lessons and activities lead or modeled by a South Slough educator.

South Slough would like to help extend student learning beyond their field experience in the estuary. Pre- and post- activities will connect field trips to the classroom, and help students recognize patterns, concepts and ideas.

For those who cannot make it out to South Slough with their students, the reserve also offers engaging lessons about estuary ecosystems and the research being conducted at the South Slough Reserve and other reserves around the country.

Click here to invite an educator.

For more information on inviting an educator to your classroom please contact:


Jaime Belanger
Education Coordinator
Phone: 541-888-5558 Ext. 127
Jaime.C.Belanger@state.or.us


Partners in estuary education




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