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From the deepest canyon to the highest mountains ...


JSU Field Schools are a project of EPIC. Now in its second decade, the JSU Field Schools continue to grow and expand. 
 
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 nature camp, a campfire talk, an astronomy safari, or an environmental arts workshop, you will be enchanted by our style of teaching.
 
JSU Field Schools present programs from the deepest canyon to the highest mountain in Alabama. This educational cooridor starts at DeSoto State Park/Little River Canyon Center and ends at Cheaha State Park/Cleburne County Mountain Center. Please contact our office at 256-782-8010 for additional information about events or building rentals.
 
Check the menu on the right for more information about the Field School and its programs. Web links at the left of the page will send you to other projects undertaken by EPIC. 
 
Renee Morrison
Assistant Director, JSU Field Schools

 

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