At the Crown of the Continent Research Learning Center, we focus on providing hands-on learning opportunities for youth and adults. High school, college, and adult learners gain skills in species identification and data collection through our citizen science program. BioBlitzes, outreach programs, and brown bag presentations are also offered periodically. In addition, professional development opportunities exist for educators wanting to advance their understanding of current resources issues and enhance their skills in teaching place-based science.

Two students, one with a glass magnifying box, sift through the contents of a white, plastic tub.

Education Highlights

From citizen science to teacher workshops, explore exciting educational opportunities happening at the CCRLC.

  • Two boys and a citizen science intern look for pika scat on a slope of loose rocks.

    Citizen Science

    Explore opportunities to get involved in our citizen science program.

  • Two teachers with waders on stand in a stream, dipping a net in the water.

    Professional Development

    Teacher workshops and trainings provide educators with the tools to teach current resource issues.

  • A young woman stands behind a video camera.

    Media & Publications

    The CCRLC creates a variety of multimedia products to explore research and resource issues in the Crown.

Last updated: January 6, 2022