2 weeks ago
I visited Nature's Nest last weekend and was absolutely delighted to support a local business carrying beautiful natural toys, Waldorf educational supplies, wonderful games & puzzles, local accents, and many more delights for your senses! ... See MoreSee Less
It was an extra exciting morning at Kellogg FIELD School! #MSOEE student, Emily Miller, arranged for a plane landing and pilot guest speakers to teach her Ravens about flight. This sessions they’re studying Ducks and Geese of Alaska’s Wetlands, and this special guest appearance taught them about how planes are modeled after birds for flight. All our Ravens and Magpies got to watch the landing and ask the pilots some questions. Special thanks to pilots Elliot and Kole for bringing the plane and their expertise to share with FILED School! ... See MoreSee Less
OMG I’m so proud of my beautiful Granddaughter.
It was an extra exciting morning at Kellogg FIELD School! #MSOEE student, Emily Miller, arranged for a plane landing and pilot guest speakers to teach her Ravens about flight. This sessions they’re studying Ducks and Geese of Alaska’s Wetlands, and this special guest appearance taught them about how planes are modeled after birds for flight. All our Ravens and Magpies got to watch the landing and ask the pilots some questions. Special thanks to pilots Elliot and Kole for bringing the plane and their expertise to share with FILED Schoolers! ... See MoreSee Less
Our new Kellogg FIELD School Instructors (and one returning @jimelmontoya) spent the day exploring the history of #indepencemine The majesty of #hatcherpass And the deliciousness of #wildalaskanblueberries This an enthusiastic and dynamic group of #alaskapacificuniversity Masters of Science in Outdoor and Environmental Education cohort. We’re excited to welcome students back the week of September 14th for a fantastic Fall Session! #outdooreducation #experientialeducation #placebasededucation #lifeinalaska #gradschool #lifeoutdoors #msoee ... See MoreSee Less
The kids are super excited!!
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We do have a couple of spaces in or Owls (ages 12-14) and Ravens (ages 8-9) programs. We're looking forward to the start of Fall Session on September 14th! ... See MoreSee Less
A meaningful share from former Kellogg FIELD School Instructor Lynda!My name is Lynda and I am a Park Ranger at Kenai Fjords National Park.
What I enjoy most about working here, beyond the amazing scenery, wildlife and glaciers, is having the platform to take up space as a Black Indigenous Ranger in a National Park.
I feel that I have a unique relationship with Alaskan Parks being Black and Indigenous. My ancestors are Yup’ik, of western Alaska and I am proud to work here in the traditional land of the Sugpiak people. I sometimes wear my traditional parka, made of seal skin, lined with wolf and caribou hide. I am happy to share with visitors how my people have traditionally been and continue to be stewards of the land. Alaska Native people are here and we are strong and resilient.
National Parks are for everyone; today and tomorrow. I see myself reflected in the history of the parks in the faces of the Buffalo Soldiers who not only patrolled parks in California, but also in Alaska during the gold rush. I see my ancestors in the abundant wildlife, I hear them in the caw of the raven and feel them on the katabatic winds that rush off the ice field. My hope is that people who also look like me, can see themselves in National Parks as well.
#BlackInNationalParksWeek #FindYourPark #MeetaRanger
NPS Photo/E Wagner ... See MoreSee Less
Amy Grace O'Brien I think Ruby would enjoy this share from Lynda!
Join Farmer Ben and learn about new cover crop trials that have been happening at Spring Creek Farm this year!Tune in TOMORROW at 10 AM for our Virtual Field Day: Cover Crop Variety Trials. We'll be hosting this event on our Facebook page via Facebook Live.
Come to learn about no-till cover cropping systems, small-scale cover cropping techniques, and to take a look at the cover crop plots we seeded with our new no-till seed drill. This project is part of an on-going partnership with the NRCS. Hope to "see" you there! ... See MoreSee Less
4 months ago
Recently we have received many inquiries about enrollment in Kellogg FIELD School. We're grateful for the growing interest in our program. We currently have one space available in our Owls (ages 12-14) class. All other classes are full and we are keeping waiting lists. If you wish to have your child put on the waiting list, please email email@example.com with your child's name and age. Thank you! ... See MoreSee Less
I remember the parachute section of PE....loved that!
We sure loved this program!
Kellogg FIELD School offers enriching outdoor, science, community, culture, and environmental education classes for students ages 5-14! Fall registration is open and we have a few spaces left in a couple of our groups. If you're interested in learning more about our program or enrolling your child, please reach out to us on messenger or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. ... See MoreSee Less
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Rebecca Vickrey this is the program that I was telling you about!
The Virtual MSC 101 is now available on our website. This is required for all new families interested in joining Mat-Su Central this fall. Let us know if you have questions!
Click the link below to get started! Don't forget to fill out the ILP Scheduler after the videos.
www.matsucentral.org/support/msc101 ... See MoreSee Less
I happened to drive past the reindeer farm this evening and pass by the pasture with quite a few adorable babies! If you find yourselves in the Butte, I think your FIELD Schoolers would delight in seeing these cuties! ... See MoreSee Less
The 4th and final week of online lessons created and delivered by Alaska Pacific University Master of Science in Outdoor and Environmental Education students are now available on the Kellogg FIELD School Screencast-O-Matic page. (screencast-o-matic.com/kelloggfieldschool)
This page gives you access to all lessons. On the left side, there are different channels for each age group, or you can access the channels directly via the links below:
Hatchlings (lessons for students ages 5-7)
Nestlings (lessons for students ages 8-10)
Fledglings (lessons for students ages 11-13)
I hope these have been enjoyable and informative for those that have utilized them. Stay well! ... See MoreSee Less
Thank You for all the hard work 😓 we will be diving into them soon!
The kids love these classes!
Happy Earth Day! Here are some wonderful educational resources provided by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Region 6
www.epa.gov/sites/production/files/2020-04/documents/earthdayclassroomresources_s.pdf ... See MoreSee Less
A FIELD Schooler was curious to know more about Chico, my hometown, so I've shared about that this week. I look forward to hearing back from you!
kelloggfieldschool.screencasthost.com/watch/cYf31bA6nk ... See MoreSee Less
My husband grew up there. We spent a few weeks last summer by Five-Mile creek.
Hatchlings Week 3... various games keeping active and entertained at home.
kelloggfieldschool.screencasthost.com/watch/cYfYnvzJpj ... See MoreSee Less
8 months ago
Hello FIELD Schoolers! This week I'm excited to hear about your hobbies! Here's the link to me sharing a bit about some of mine.
kelloggfieldschool.screencasthost.com/watch/cYfo3Rzb5u ... See MoreSee Less