Experience the wonders of North Carolina’s Blue Ridge Mountains. Learn from scientists and other experts, connect with nature, gain experience in outdoor leadership, and build camaraderie with other outstanding educators while discovering strategies for bringing the natural history of North Carolina to life in your classroom.
Experience several tropical habitats, including coral reefs, mangrove swamps, and rain forests at a Belizean school
Snow blankets the landscape, steam fills the air in the geyser basins and wildlife struggles for survival. Yellowstone in the winter is a truly unique experience.
Experience the mighty Amazon River, search for sloths and monkeys, walk through the treetops on a canopy walkway, and learn about indigenous cultures of the Amazon.
Experience the rocky New England coast and the high peaks of New Hampshire’s White Mountains. Develop a deeper understanding of the impacts of climate change. Engage in ongoing scientific research and citizen science projects.
Explore Ecuadorian ecosystems, from the high altiplano to the Pacific coast, and learn about the animals and people who live in these places
Explore deep-sea coral habitats, new methane seep communities, sandy/muddy seafloor, rugged canyon walls, and a variety of shipwrecks in the Baltimore and Norfolk canyons on the seafloor of the Atlantic Ocean.
Explore the myriad of features found on acoustic seafloor maps from the Gulf of Mexico to northern Florida east of Jacksonville.
Learn about the effects of climate change on marine mammals along the eastern seaboard of North Carolina and New England.