The Tejon Ranch Conservancy Education Program focus is providing field experience for high-school and college students.
A variety of programs, from Conservancy-developed and -led, one-day field trips for students with little or no outdoor experience, to extended, open-ended projects developed and run by faculty, is supported by Conservancy staff.
Faculty professional development events acquaint teachers with the Ranch, the role of the Conservancy, and the programs and support available to teachers in support of their academic programs. The focus is on science and art programs, but all subject areas can benefit from the Ranch experience.
For more information about the Education Program, contact Paula Harvey, Education Program Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Be part of something big! With 240,000 acres under its care, the Tejon Ranch Conservancy helps oversee management of one of the largest, and perhaps most historic, working cattle ranches in California. But we are more than just acres: we are research, education and exploration – we are science and stewardship – and we are discovery.