Explore marine and fresh water habitats in Olympic National Park watersheds with your colleagues and NatureBridge educators in an invigorating, hands-on learning environment.
- Climb down to rocky Tongue Point to explore the sub-tidal zone of one of the most exceptional tidepools of the Pacific Northwest on the Strait of Juan de Fuca.
- Paddle a Salish canoe on Lake Crescent to investigate the geomorphology and the biotic inhabitants of this spectacularly clear, cold water glacial-carved lake.
- Follow the trails of Barnes Point to the 2,100 foot watershed boundary where sub-alpine vegetation thrives on rocky slopes.
- Participate in hands-on field studies using NGSS practices of science.
- Gain confidence and skills to teach students to apply the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) practices of science when you return to school in the fall.