CREA supports a class of Mt. Ararat high school students as it dives into field research at Cathance River Nature Preserve for eight weeks, studying everything from heath ecology to cattail dieback in a fishless pond.
Learn the history of the Storywalk concept and how a group of local preschoolers reveled in CREA’s first hosted Storywalk.
When was the last time you found a frog at your feet in the river, built a boat with your new best friend, did a solo-hike, or covered yourself in clay from head to toe? Been a while? If so, it’s time to come to CREA Camp.
Many teachers crave time to brainstorm ideas about outdoor teaching and share their experiences, so CREA Educators conceived of the Outdoor Learning Network (OLN) – a forum for peer collaboration around outdoor, place-based teaching.
CREA adds new themes to our science and art-based summer camp curriculum, engaging young minds to explore, invent, and discover the natural world that surrounds them.
Three foundations support CREA Educators’ new initiative to help local teachers find new ways to take learning outdoors.
Baxter Worthings’ CREA experience inspired his avocation as a biologist as well as a passion for conservation and environmental education.
Spring field trips to CREA by public elementary school classes get students outdoors – engaging them with hands-on, experiential science.