School Year, Monday-Friday or Friday-Monday
Mammoth Hot Springs
Youth & College
Conservation, Cultural History, Geology, Wildlife
Explore the geology, ecology, and human history of Yellowstone with National Park Service rangers. This curriculum-based, residential school program teaches students about the natural and cultural history of Yellowstone while promoting stewardship and preservation in the park and in home communities. Students, teachers, and parent chaperones participate in active, interdisciplinary, learning experiences during the day, such as hikes, field investigations, discussions, creative dramatics, and journal writing. Evening classroom activities enhance the daytime lessons and allow students to investigate current issues affecting the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Designed for students in grades 4-8.
This program is offered by our friends at the National Park Service. To learn more, visit the National Park Service website.