Wetland Round-Up Field Trip Program in Alviso

Habitat Exploration

Environmental Education Center in Alviso

The Environmental Education Center (EEC) is located at 1751 Grand Blvd, Alviso (North San Jose). It is surrounded by uplands, salt marshes, salt ponds, and a freshwater tidal slough. The building which was designed for education, contains two classrooms, an auditorium and an enclosed observation tower. An open pavilion, trails, and a boardwalk through the salt marsh habitat make it easy to see and explore natural wonders of the South Bay. The building and portions of the trails are accessible to all people of varying abilities.

Wetland Round-up Field Trip
Taste pickleweed in the salt marsh, and explore the wetland habitats on a Wetland Round-up Field Trip.

This field trip program is designed for up to 65 students in grades K-5. 

 

Spring 2019 dates are fully booked. Details about Fall 2019 registration will be announced in August 2019.

 

    FIELD TRIP TRAINING REQUIREMENTS

    Classroom teachers new to the program are required to attend a FIELD TRIP WORKSHOP before participating in a field trip. 

    This year we are requiring that returning schools send ONE teacher representative to a workshop to learn the new field trip format.   

    It is strongly recommended that parent leaders and chaperones attend a FIELD TRIP WORKSHOP to learn how to lead the hands – on activities.

     

    If you have questions, please contact Genie Moore at 408-262-5513 ext 100 or at genie_moore@fws.gov.


     



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