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Rachel Yerkes

Montclair State Graduate Student George Johnson helps students identify the aquatic life they found in the stream on campus

Brooklyn Heights Montessori School Returns to the NJSOC with their Sixth Graders

After bringing their 7th and 8th graders last week, BHMS returns to Montclair State University's field station with their 6th graders to learn about the natural environment.

Rachel Yerkes

A student measures one of the sunfish caught during Fish Ecology

Solomon Schechter Day School Returns to NJSOC for Environmental Experience

Stephanie Sherman

Students explore Lake Wapalanne during a Water Ecology session

Berkeley Township School Students Visit The School of Conservation

The sixth graders from Bayville, New Jersey spend three days learning about the natural environment in Stokes State Forest

Danny Cramer

Two students work together during Fish Ecology to census the fish in Lake Wapalanne using the traditional rod and reel method.

Bordentown Regional Middle Explores the Natural World at the New Jersey School of Conservation

Emily Bonder

A student tries to identify a plant during the Plant Life class.

Lafayette School Ventures to Montclair State University's NJSOC

Local school spends time learning about the environment in Stokes State Forest

George Johnson

Students explore Lake Wapalanne.

NJSOC Hosts The Waldorf School

The small group from Princeton enjoys a trip to Stokes State Forest

Stephanie Sherman

NJSOC educator, Walt Myers, helps a student during the Fish Ecology class.

Smedley Elementary School travels to Stokes State Forest for Environmental Education Program

Part of the Mastery Charter Schools of Philadelphia, the Smedley School visits Montclair State University's New Jersey School of Conservation for an outdoor educational experience

Danny Cramer

Students have hands-on experience during the Colonial Woodworking class

Netcong’s Seventh-Graders Make Connections in Stokes State Forest

Local school brings students to Montclair State University's New Jersey School of Conservation

Stephanie Sherman

Students have hands-on experience during the Early American Woodworking class

Memorial Middle School Weathers the Storm at NJSOC

The sixth graders from Little Ferry survive and thrive in Stokes State Forest during a rainstorm

Danny Cramer

Students enjoy a beautiful sunny day on Lake Wapalanne

John Adams’ Fifth Grade Explores the Outdoors at the New Jersey School of Conservation

The students from North Brunswick enjoy another trip to Stokes State Forest and The New Jersey School of Conservation