November 2-3 (Saturday - Sunday) / Ecology Intensive November 4 (Monday)
Clem Miller Environmental Education Center, Point Reyes National Seashore
Learning on the Land is a prerequisite course designed for teachers, naturalists, environmental educators and program leaders interested in utilizing the Clem Miller Environmental Education Center. This two-day course weaves together concepts of natural history, environmental and experiential education and program planning specific to this site. Educators will leave with all the tools they need to plan and deliver a rich environmental experience at the Clem Miller Environmental Education Center.
Learning on the Land Logistics
Come prepared to get to know the kitchen and be part of our collective meal preparation, cooking and cleaning.
November 2-3 (Saturday and Sunday)
- 9:00am - 4:30pm + overnight accommodation Saturday in our rustic cabins
- Meals are provided Saturday morning through Sunday lunch
Ecology Intensive Logistics
Participants are invited a day early for a day-long intensive ecology exploration. While the main event combines training in practical planning and teaching methods, the optional day is packed with information on topics such as bird language, tracking, botany, general ecology and climate change.
November 4 (Monday)
- 8:00am – 4:30pm
- Breakfast and lunch are provided
Overnight accommodation is included Saturday (and Sunday for those attending the March 11 Ecology Intensive). For those travelling from outside the area and anyone interested in spending a little extra time on site, add optional overnight accommodation on Friday before the workshop for just $30. (You're on your own for dinner that night, and town is just a short drive away.)
Learning on the Land
$165 – PRNSA Members
$225 – General Admission
$95 - General Admission
Course fee includes: instruction, lodging and meals.
Reserving the Clem Miller Environmental Education Center
Each year, we welcome more than 1,800 students from 35 schools and community groups to the Education Center. Here are the basic requirements to reserve the space:
Once registered for a Learning on the Land course, you may begin the process of reserving the Center for a three-to-five-day stay. The Center can accommodate a maximum of 90 participants and requires one adult for every eight children under 18. A signed Application and Use Agreement, $600 facility use deposit and $1M in comprehensive liability insurance are required to secure a reservation. Partial fee waivers are available for qualifying schools.