Howland Hill Outdoor School (HHOS) has produced a Curriculum-based video series for First and Second Graders. HHOS rangers developed these programs to carry on the Every Kid in a Park initiative that was implemented for the 2016 Centennial Year of the National Park Service. These curriculum-based education programs give students who can't visit Redwood in person, the opportunity to learn about this amazing resource from anywhere in the world.
Redwood National and State Parks has two in-park facilities that are available by reservation for standards-based programs. In the north part of the parks near Crescent City, CA, is the Howland Hill Outdoor School. In the south part of the parks near Orick, CA, is the Wolf Creek Education Center.
Programs are offered both day and overnight. The primary focus includes field studies about wetland, stream, prairie, and old-growth forest communities. Exploration of tidepools is sometimes available near Crescent City if staffing and low tide schedules permit.
For information about ranger-led educational activities and/or reservations at Wolf Creek Education Center, contact the South District Education Specialist by email or at 707-465-7702.
Last updated: June 4, 2020