NJSOC Announcements

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Erin Keller

Students practice using a compass during the Orienteering class.

Somers Point Schools Brave the Elements on Annual Trip to NJSOC

Veronica Puza

Students search for aquatic macro invertebrates during the Water Ecology class

Bedminster 6th Graders Savor Meaningful Trip to the School of Conservation

Leighann Tota

Working with NJSOC educator and resident Blacksmith, students create their own "S" hooks.

Wenonah Elementary School has Environmental Experience

Erin Keller

Students hike through the woods during the Questing class.

Jersey City School District visits the NJSOC

The fifth graders enjoy an environmental education experience at Montclair State University's NJ School of Conservation

Leighann Tota

Students blow off some stream and have fun during a round of New Games

Jefferson Township Middle School Sends Their Seventh Graders to NJSOC

The "Gold Team" has an environmental experience in Stokes State Forest

Erin Keller

The Students enjoy some time on Lake Wapalanne

Ho-Ho-Kus School District Continues Their Long Tradition of Environmental Education

Montclair State University's School of Conservation welcomes the students and teachers from Ho-Ho-Kus to Stokes State Forest.

Erin Keller

The Hewitt girls enjoy an interpretive hike through the woods

The Hewitt School Visits NJSOC

The sixth grade girls from NYC experience the great outdoors in Stokes State Forest

Christopher Shea

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

Mullica and Folsom Township Schools Visit Stokes State Forest

South Jersey schools continue their long standing tradition of providing outdoor educational experiences for their sixth-graders.

Erin Keller

The Brearley girls enjoy a crisp fall day on Lake Wapalanne

The Brearley School Makes Annual Pilgrimage to NJSOC

Veronica Puza

Just a small sampling of the aquatic macro-invertabrates that the students collected during their Water Ecology session.

Livingston Park Elementary School Has Yet Another Memorable Trip to the School of Conservation

Continuing the long tradition of providing their fifth graders with an outdoor educational experience, the North Brunswick school returns to the NJSOC