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Photo by Ted White
Photo by Ted White
Photo by Ted White
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JSU Field Schools is a project of EPIC, the Environmental Policy and Information Center. Now in its seventeenth year, the Field School continues to grow and expand its offerings. There are many programs to choose from at JSU's Field Schools.

JSU Field School programs and events cultivate a comprehension of Alabama’s natural and cultural significance, celebrate diversity, and foster stewardship of the natural world. Our instructors apply immersion-based learning, Natural History interpretation and outdoor adventure to create unique programs that are not only educational but extremely fun. So whether you join us for a hike, a paddling trip, a campfire talk, an astronomy safari, or an environmental arts workshop, you will be enchanted by our style of teaching.
Our multimillion dollar “Little River Canyon Center” is currently under construction near Ft. Payne, AL. This center will adjoin the Little River Canyon National Preserve. We hope to open the doors to the public in early Spring 2009.

Check the menu on the right for more information about the Field School and its programs. Web links at the top of the page will send you to other projects undertaken by EPIC. If you have any questions, comments or ideas, please contact us or drop by and visit. Our contact information is listed below. Visit our site often, or join our e-mail list, to keep up with the latest at EPIC and JSU Field Schools.

Renee Morrison
Coordinator, JSU Field Schools


JSU Field Schools
Jacksonville State University
700 Pelham Road North, Suite 246 Martin,
Jacksonville, AL 36265-1602
Telephone #: (256) 782-5697...Fax #: (256) 782-5817
rmorrison@jsu.edu

 

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