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Remote Field Trip Videos and Resources


The Educators of North Mountain Park Nature Center are pleased to bring you Remote Outdoor Education. 

This year, it is more important than ever to help kids connect with nature!  We've developed these videos and supplementary educational resources, based on some of our most popular field trip activities.  

Can't make it to the park for a field trip? Share these engaging videos that focus on Rogue-Valley-specific geology and the water conservation history of our region.


  • Experience the Rock Cycle (grades 3-5)

  • Explore How Humans Use Rocks of Different Sizes (grades K-2)

  • Watch geologic processes take place in Making Our Valley (grades 3-5)

Follow Along with the Making Our Valley Illustrated Story Here!

Take the exploration deeper with these Geology extension activities

Geology of the Rogue Valley Work Book - grades 3-5 (PDF format, 11x14 paper)

A geology timeline - grades 1-4 (PDF format)



  • Water Use and Conservation (grades 3-5)

  • Brush up on a subject with Background Booklets (PDF format)



Our partners at Southern Oregon Land Conservancy and the City of Ashland, invite you to explore Oredson Todd Woods, using this new online tool.

Oredson Todd Woods, Interactive Story Map

Enjoy a leisurely walk along wooded trails, and let your phone be your guide to the ABC's of Forest Ecology.

For more information Email or call the Nature Center at 541.488.6606.

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