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Grand Teton Full Day Tour
This is the perfect tour for those who want an immersive wildlife experience. Spend a full day viewing wildlife and exploring Grand Teton National Park and Bridger-Teton National Forest with one of our knowledgeable guides.
Professional Development for Visiting School Groups
Grand Teton Sunrise Tour
Start your day with a stunning Sunrise Tour of Grand Teton National Park. Wildlife is most active during the early mornings, and our knowledgeable guides know the best spots for viewing elk, moose, grizzly bears, black bears, wolves, bighorn sheep, bison, mule deer, foxes, eagles and a variety of other animals around Jackson Hole.
Dive Into Place
Your mission, if you choose to accept it, is to find more hidden facts, treasures, people and spots, that make your place unique. Explore the driving question: How might we engage in our communities?
Grand Teton Sunset Tour
There is no better way to end a day in Jackson Hole than with a sunset tour of Grand Teton National Park. Wildlife re-emerge during the late afternoon hours, and our knowledgeable guides know the best spots for viewing elk, moose, grizzly bears, big horn sheep, bison, mule deer, foxes, eagles and a variety of other animals.
By the People, For the People
Democracies do not flourish unless citizens like you and me are educated and get involved in our government. Explore the driving question: How might we make our nation even better?
Private Yellowstone Full Day Tour
This bucket-list tour takes you into the heart of Yellowstone, the world’s first national park. We will spend a full day exploring Yellowstone’s unique geology and observing wildlife. Our guides are experts on the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem and will tailor the tour to your interests and needs to maximize your experience.
Place-Based Education Workshop Series (part 2 of 2)
In this second part of a two-part workshop series, participants will engage virtually delve deeper into discussions to gain new understandings of place-based education and curriculum design that meets standards.
Part two of a two-part workshop series
Place-Based Education Symposium: Best Practices in Local Learning & Global Citizenship
The Symposium will include individual presentations, PechaKucha presentations, a keynote address, and awards.
In Mud Nature-based Early Childhood Education: Gardening & Food with Children
In Mud is adapting to a modified, virtual format for 2020. Join faculty from the Teton Science Schools to learn more about nature-based and Reggio Emilia-inspired teaching and learning.
Kings of the Mountains (Grades 7-9)
Answer the call of the wild on an expedition into the rugged terrain surrounding Jackson Hole. Your band of brothers will work as a team on our Doug Walker Challenge Course, paddle glacially-carved lakes, solve mysteries with science, and make a difference through service projects.
Wolves (Grades 7-9)
Join the wolf pack for a girl-powered adventure through the heart of the Wyoming wilderness. Come discover your own strengths on an all-female backpacking expedition into the rugged terrain surrounding Jackson Hole.