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15555 Sanborn Road
Saratoga, CA
95070

Walden West Santa Clara County Office of Education

Walden West Outdoor School is operated by the Santa Clara County Office of Education. We provide environmental science education for 5th/ 6th graders in a residential camp setting. Visiting schools come for a 4-5 day program where the students explore an outdoor classroom with experienced naturalists and stay in cabins overnight. We focus on teaching state science standards through hands-on learn...

Walker Creek Ranch - 1700 Marshall-Petaluma Road
Petaluma, CA
94952

Walker Creek Ranch / Marin Co. OS

Walker Creek Ranch is home to the Marin County Outdoor School and Conference Center. Owned and operated by the Marin County Office of Education we are located fifteen miles west of Petaluma. Our 1700 acre site includes forest, chaparral, grassland, and riparian ecosystems. These natural areas serve as an ideal setting for our resident...

Web of Life Field (WOLF) School

The Web of Life Field (WOLF) School is a residential environmental education organization dedicated to providing outdoor educational experiences for students and teachers. Since 1989, the WOLF School has worked with dedicated teachers and staff to enrich the lives of children through a unique variety of environmental education programs that inspire and engage participants at our Northern Califo...

Whiskeytown Environmental School

Whiskeytown Environmental School (WES) is a residential outdoor science school located at the N.E.E.D. Camp, twelve miles west of Redding, CA in the Whiskeytown National Recreation Area. WES operates four different programs: 5th/6th Residential Ourdoor Science School, K-4 Field Lab Programs, Summer Camps, and Teen Backpacking Trips. The curriculum is centered around a hands on experiential edu...

Wildwoods Foundation

The tragic shooting at Columbine High School in 1999 moved our founders to create a program that expanded the boundaries of traditional outdoor education to include activities that address human relations and social issues. It is this blend of natural science and social science that sets Wildwoods apart. Our programs use nature as a springboard to help young people recognize that the principle...

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