UrbanWatch Restoration Field Trips
Help connect your students with the environment through this unique, hands-on field study program held on the Fernbank Museum campus.
- Explore the flora and fauna of Fernbank Forest, an exceptional Piedmont old-growth forest
- Learn to identify native and invasive plant species
- Discover why native biodiversity is key to a healthy ecosystem
This in-depth exploration correlates to Georgia Performance Life Science Standards. Additional GPS-correlated classroom activities can be downloaded to enhance the learning objectives.
A limited number of UrbanWatch Restoration Field Trips are available each semester. To inquire about available dates, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 404.929.6341.
UrbanWatch Restoration field trips are 4 hours and do not include Museum admission. Each field trip can accommodate 20-40 students per program.
Cost: $300/program. Participation for Title 1 students is free.
UrbanWatch Curriculum Resources
The UrbanWatch program was developed through a partnership between the Field Museum and the Illinois Department of Natural Resources, Illinois Natural History Survey, with partial support of EDS. Now through a partnership between the Field Museum and Fernbank Museum of Natural History, UrbanWatch has been modified to support conservation efforts in Atlanta, Georgia.