Traveling Trunk

Living Forest

A banana slug.
Photo courtesy of Jon Preston

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Explores the wonders of the lowland and old-growth forests of Olympic National Park. The curriculum associated with this trunk is designed for K-12 educators, community organizations, and parents. Topics include common animals field guide, build a tree, web of life, habitats, meet a tree, and numerous other exciting activities.

Borrowing Instructions

Contact Olympic's Outreach and Education Specialist, Dean Butterworth, to request a specific trunk. The cost of $20.00 plus tax, rents a trunk for a two week period. Mailing is an option, however, the trunks are heavy and shipping costs add up. Trunks are available for pick up at the Olympic Visitor Center located in Port Angeles.

Details

Grade Levels:
Kindergarten-Twelfth Grade
Subject:
Biodiversity, Biology: Animals, Biology: Plants, Botany, Earth Science, Ecology, Environment, Literature, Wildlife Biology, Writing
type:
Traveling Trunk