Kent Place School Joins NJSOC for Environmental Education Field Trip

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The NJ School of Conservation was very proud to welcome the 5th graders of Kent Place School to our campus for a day of learning and fun! The students got to experience hands-on instruction in areas such as Wildlife Ecology, Archery, Canoeing, Water Ecology and Fishing, while being outdoors in one of the most historic environmental education facilities in the nation. The Friends of the NJ School of Conservation would like to especially thank our wonderful Instructors and Staff for their hard work to make this a memorable trip for all of the students and teachers! Whether it was catching their first fish (and identifying the species correctly), testing out the new paddling J stroke, learning correct posture & mental composure for hitting the bullseye in archery class, assessing stream health by macroinvertebrate collection or identifying predator/prey relationships within native New Jersey wildlife, everyone had a new learning experience!

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