Are you a high school student looking to learn about climate change impacts and solutions? Want to meet other youth climate leaders and get some inspiration for climate action projects?  Join the Youth Climate Program’s Climate Leader Field Trip series! Take part in any or all of the three-part series of free, in-person field trips created to provide quality time with other climate leaders, get excited about climate change solutions, and have some fun. Hope to see you there! 

October 3rd, 1:00-5:00 PMClimate Science Adventure with Steve Langdon at The Wild Center

Location: 45 Museum Dr, Tupper Lake, NY 12986

Description: What do bogs have to do with climate change? Come get to know other climate leaders and get your hands dirty while learning about how Adirondack ecosystems can be climate change solutions. Families/guardians will be offered free admission to The Wild Center on the day of their student’s program, and are welcome to explore the Center on their own while the Field Trip takes place.

October 24th, 1:00-5:00 PM Sustainable Agriculture at Essex Farm

Location: Essex Farm 2503 NY-22, Essex, NY 12936

Description: Come see what it’s like to work on a sustainable farm, hang out with other young people passionate about climate, and learn about how farming can be a climate solution! 

November 7th, 1:00-5:00 PMThe Wild Center: Climate Solutions Exhibit Design

Location: 45 Museum Dr, Tupper Lake, NY 12986

Description:  Did you know The Wild Center is opening a new exhibit on climate change solutions? Come be a part of the exhibit design process and help make the exhibit come to life with other climate leaders. Families/guardians will be offered free admission to The Wild Center on the day of their student’s program, and are welcome to explore the Center on their own while the Field Trip takes place.

Registration:

Click here to Register. Registration will close three days before each field trip. Students will receive more information within a week of registration. 

Health and Safety:

Each day will feature small-group, majority outdoor programming that will adhere to New York State and CDC social distancing and safety guidelines. Unvaccinated students must wear a mask at all times and show proof of a negative covid test within three days of attending. All students must wear a mask indoors and follow all social distancing and safety guidelines. 

Contact:

Questions? Email, text, or call Elodie Linck, Climate Communications Fellow

elinck@wildcenter.org 

315-742-7229