4-H of Lane County
AC Gilbert's Discovery Village
Aprovecho Center For Research and Education in Sustainability
Bandon High School
Bandon Marsh NWR
Baskett Slough, Ankeny & William L. Finley Nat Wildlife Refuge
Bear Creek Watershed Education Partners
Benton County Natural Areas & Parks Department
Benton County OSU Extension 4-H
The OSU Extension Benton County 4-H Environmental Education programs provide hands-on, experiential learning for youth. Our in and out of school programs work to increase environmental science literacy through the educational efforts of trained teachers, volunteers and community partnerships. Annually over 1,500 youth are engaged in opportunities and projects to help them explore and learn about our local ecosystems. We offer professional development and support for teachers/community educators, field-based programs, curriculum and over 30 locally based educational kits that are available to check out from our office. Call 541-713-5000 to reserve.
Benton Soil & Water Conservation District
Bureau of Land Management Yaquina Head Outstanding Natural Area
Yaquina Head Outstanding Natural Area offers a number of opportunities for educational groups. The 100-acre park hosts some of Oregon’s best tidepools, a 19th century lighthouse, an interpretive center and opportunities for birdwatching, wildlife viewing, and hiking.
Throughout the year, classes are invited to participate in teacher-led activities. From April through mid-June, school groups can choose one of our standards-based ranger-led programs, offered for K-12 grade students. There is no entrance fee or a charge for any of the Yaquina Head educational programs, but reservations are mandatory.
Chintimini Wildlife Rehabilitation
City of Albany
Columbia Slough Watershed Council
The Columbia Slough Watershed Council is a diverse group of neighbors, property owners, businesses, environmental groups, recreation advocates, and government agencies who work to restore and enhance the 60 miles of waterways known as the Columbia Slough, located in Portland, Gresham, and Fairview. Our mission is to protect and enhance the Columbia Slough and its watershed through community engagement, education, and restoration. We are well known for our large community festivals such as Explorando el Columbia Slough, Regatta, and Aquifer Adventure, which bring in 500+ people each, and our Education program, which delivers free, place based science education programs to over 6000 student contacts each year. CSWC has been a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization since 2003.