NJSOC News

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Danny Cramer

NJSOC educator, Walt Myers, teaches students about wilderness survival skills

Wenonah’s Sixth-Graders Explore the Outdoors at the New Jersey School of Conservation

George Johnson

A Bedminster teacher discusses forest resources with the students.

Bedminster School and NJSOC - Perfect Together

Early December marked yet another successful educational experience for the Bedminster School at MSU's environmental field station

Stephanie Sherman

Students begin their team building activities with the "Hot Stuff" activity

Jefferson Township Middle School Visits NJSOC - Again!

Following on the heels of the Gold Team, The JTMS White Team travels to Montclair State University's New Jersey School of Conservation for a two day outdoor educational experience.

Danny Cramer

Students cooperate on the Trolleys during ASE's

Seventh Graders from Jefferson Middle School Trek to Stokes State Forest

Danny Cramer

Students work to build a survival shelter

Jersey City Fifth-Graders Continue Tradition at the NJSOC

George Johnson

Students build confidence on the Climbing Wall

Ho-Ho-Kus School District Continues Its Long Tradition of Commitment to Environmental Education

Each year the students and teachers from the Ho-Ho-Kus School District make their way to Stokes State Forest to learn about the importance of our natural systems

Stephanie Sherman

Students work on creating an Andy Goldsworthy-like sculpture during the Art-in-Nature class.

The Brearley School Returns to NJSOC

Each November the girls from Brearley make their way to the forests of northern New Jersey to learn in the outdoor classrooms of the New Jersey School of Conservation

Emily Bonder

Biology graduate student, Kelly Triece, helps students to launch their boat on Lake Wapalanne

Mullica Township School District teams-up with the Folsom School District for trip to NJSOC

Mullica and Folsom Schools join forces to expose their students to an outdoor educational experience at the New Jersey School of Conservation

George Johnson

Students check out a bear trap during the Black Bear Ecology class

Jersey City Joint Activities Makes Visit to NJSOC

Another group of students and teachers from the Jersey City School District travel to Stokes State Forest for their environmental education program.

Stephanie Sherman

Student readies his camera to capture a close-up image during Conservation Photography

Grant School Treks to Stokes State Forest

The South Plainfield school makes it's annual trip to the New Jersey School of Conservation for an environmental education experience