Please look below for information about upcoming programing.
Welcome to Fall in the Field!
Provided by graduate students, all pursuing a Master of Science in Environmental Education from Southern Oregon University, Fall in the Field provides place-based environmental education through day hikes and residential camps. This year, we are offering educational programs through the lens of interdependence, highlighting the biodiversity of our region and how we are all connected to the natural environment. These lessons will be available for classes from kindergarten up through twelfth grade, depending on site availability.
Deer Creek Center
DCC is home to our over-night programs. Whether you’re staying for a single night or multiple, expect an immersive environmental education experience for your students.
Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument
The Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument has been protected for its rich biodiversity. Reserve a spot today for a day hike, exploring this rich bio-region.
Ashland Pond is located right off of Bear Creek in Ashland. For one week each fall, we recruit school groups for citizen science and service learning projects to help restore this area.
Explore the Natural World of Southern Oregon
Information About 2018 Season
We have wrapped up a fantastic 2017 Fall in the Field season.
As we work to plan our Fall in the Field programming for 2018, we are carefully considering school needs and Outdoor School for All (OSFA) requirements.
If you are a 5th or 6th grade teacher interested in using OSFA funding for Fall in the Field, we would value your input on which programming formats best suit your needs. Please fill out the Google form below.
If you are interested in being notified when we have finalized the 2018 Fall in the Field schedule and associated OSFA offerings, you can fill out the Google form as well or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org