Registration is now open for a two-week youth summer field research course in Yosemite, sponsored by an educational partner of the National Park Service.
NatureBridge, the largest environmental education partner of the National Park Service, will host a two-week immersive expedition through Yosemite where students work with educators to create their own field-based research on the Sierra Nevada ecosystem.
Two sessions will be held from June 28 through July 11, or July 26 through Aug. 8. The fee for the program is $2,595, covering food lodging and educational experiences. Financial aid is also available to those who qualify.
NatureBridge currently serves 30,000 students each year throughout six national parks.