• View of the Great Rift

    Craters Of The Moon

    National Monument & Preserve Idaho

Teacher Workshops

Teachers hiking at Big Craters
Teachers workshop participants hiking at Big Craters
 

A variety of professional development workshops are offered by park staff and partner organizations.
These workshops are a great way to prepare for a field trip and an opportunity to earn college credits.
Below is a listing of our current offerings:

Wilderness Photography Workshop: Fri. - Sat., June 13-14

Celebrate Wilderness by photographing the first wilderness area in the National Park System. Explore the philosophy, practices, and techniques of nature photography with the park Education Specialist. College credit is available through the College of Southern Idaho.

Craters of the Moon Geology: Sat., July 12

This workshop will cover a wide range of regional geology, from the volcanic features of Craters of the Moon to past and ongoing geologic processes. Workshop time is split evenly between the classroom and field excursions. College credit is available for teachers seeking continuing education credits.

Contact the park Education Specialist at 208-527-1331 to register or for more information.


Did You Know?

President Calvin Coolidge

"a weird and scenic landscape peculiar to itself" is how President Calvin Coolidge described Craters of the Moon when he established this National Monument in 1924. Craters of the Moon is perhaps the only officially "weird" park in the National Park System. More...