Oak Knoll trails are open; buildings & restrooms are closed. See guidelines. Read More
This program is a hands on investigation of how energy makes its way through the environment in the forms of light and wind, and how we benefit from it's conversion to heat and electricity. We will discuss the benefits of moving to cleaner and healthier forms of energy for our communities. Students will also move through interactive stations with hands on activities exploring solar cells, wind generators, and even potato batteries!
1 hour program $100.00/class
$90 for each additional same day program.
Group size is limited to one class per presentation to allow interaction with the naturalist.
A surcharge may be applied to programs that require intensive supplies or those located over 20 miles from Oak Knoll.