Kayla Moore is the new Education Coordinator at Seneca Conservation District!

 

Classroom programs are available to educate your students about natural resources and conservation through fun, hands-on activities!  All activities are coordinated to grade level curriculum standards.

Program topics include:

  • Worms
  • Butterflies
  • Soil
  • Rocks
  • Water Cycle
  • Mammals
  • and more!

We also offer free field trips at Miller Conservation Farm where your students can hike the trails, take a hay ride, and learn about natural resources outside of the classroom! Students will be exposed to farmland, woodland, grassland, wetlands, ponds, streams, and much more as they explore the farm.

If you are interested in scheduling a program for your class, contact Kayla at kmoore@conservesenecacounty.com or by phone at (419) 447-7073.

 

About Sarah Schott

I have enjoyed hunting, fishing, and the outdoors my entire life. My enjoyment of writing, reading, and teaching others leads me to want to share my passions of the environment. I have also found conservation to be very important and I am well aware of how important conservation choices are! Through my work with the District, I like to deliver information that is helpful, inspiring, and challenging for our readers to make even better conservation choices of all our natural resources!

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