• close up view of gate and parade ground of Fort Clatsop

    Lewis and Clark

    National Historical Park OR,WA

The Lewis & Clark Expedition: Scientific Discovery and Impacts of Change

3rd-5th Grade
OR
6th-8th Grade

Are you interested in more than just where the expedition went and when? Want to study in-depth what they did and how important their work is to modern science? This trunk includes exhibit and modern scientific equipment, a resource guide, books, posters and more. It offers students an opportunity to learn about the natural scientific observations from the Lewis and Clark Expedition and the impacts of the changes which have occured over the past 200 years.

Trunk Reservation Instructions

NOTE: You may begin making your reservation for the next school year on May 1st.







Did You Know?

Fort Clatsop - Astoria, Oregon

It took the Corps of Discovery 3 1/2 weeks to build Fort Clatsop. They started felling trees on December 9 and had it finished enough to move into on Christmas Day 1805. The pickets and gates were completed on New Years Day.