The club takes at least one field trip per semester, to educational and interesting places like the North Georgia mountains, Okeefenokee National Wildlife Refuge, recycling centers, Bartram Forest, and more! Getting out into the field is the best way to learn by doing.
Here are some photos from our Fall 2007 camping trip to Nimblewell Gap and Amicalola Falls in North Georgia.
Some of the best natural laboratories in the world are within a short drive from GCSU. Here are some photos from the Okeefenokee National Wildlife Refuge, where we went to experience the wild and learn about wetland processes in Spring 2008.
The Milledgeville area is gifted with an abundance of natural resources. We enjoy going into the field to learn, and also to do service work, in places like Oconee National Forest, Bartram Educational Forest, and the Oconee River Greenway.
Our meetings and other public events are informative and enriching. To keep up with our educational activities, subscribe to our email distribution list or join our Facebook group.
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23 Jan 09