Natural Science Lessons

The Lost Coast Environmental Education Resource (LCEER) brings fun, hands-on learning about the environment to local schools. Teaching students about nature in their own back yard encourages the next generation of environmental stewards. On rainy days, large quilts depicting local ecosystems, such as river, soil, redwood canopy, are used as learning tools, bringing the lessons indoors. These quilts are created by a group of dedicated volunteers. Youth Interpreters are high school students we train to teach the lessons to elementary students. The high school students learn from the lessons themselves as well as learn teaching and leadership skills. This program is a partnership with the King Range National Conservation Area.

 

Summer Adventure Camp

Summer Adventure Camp is a day camp where we bring children outside to experience nature. From tide pools to creeks and ridge tops to meadows, every day sees a new adventure Learn More >>

Wild and Scenic Film Festival

Lost Coast Interpretation Association is proud to host this year’s Wild and Scenic Film Festival at the Redwood Playhouse in Garberville. Learn More >>
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