The Biology Field Station offers an interactive setting (for up to 50 guests per day) where students become involved in doing science. Throughout the months of March-June, our students develop and conduct hands-on science activities during field trips made by local schools. Through hands-on inquiry-based teaching methods, the faculty and students at the Center educate and engage visitors about the Ohio River ecosystem and surrounding watershed, teach the value of the watershed to those who live within it, and empower students to make a positive impact on the River and surrounding environment.
To schedule a field trip or for additional information, please see:
- Typical Field Trip Schedule
- Sample Activities 1 2 3 Floodplain Activities
- Registration Form
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Teacher Evaluation Form
For other group visits or for additional information, please contact the Field Station.