The Coyote Trails' Jefferson Nature Center (CTJ Nature Center) offers a variety of Science and Nature Education Programs throughout the school year. All programs include content aligned with State Standards in Science.
The Bee Tree Project provides a safe and educational experience for all ages that demonstrates to the public replicable options to enhance the biodiversity of our region and sustainability of our agriculture systems and our pollinators. Click here to learn more.
Salmon Watch is an experiential environmental education program centered around fieldtrips to observe wild salmon spawning. CTJNC coordinates this Freshwater Trust statewide program locally at sites along the Rogue River. Will resume in Fall of 2013.
Winter Natural History Programs bring the outdoors into the classroom. 1½ hour programs engage the students in hands-on lessons about mammals, reptiles and amphibians, terrestrial macro-invertebrates, and ethno botany. Students work in small groups as they rotate through stations.