We have identified four field trips available for schools in the Southland region.
|Bluff Hill Motupohue||Volunteers provide guided walks for students. A school visit outlining the work of the Trust can also be arranged prior to students doing a tour of the project. High school and Southern Institute of Technology students are invited to be involved in restoration projects. A DOC resource provides background information and activities to help teachers get the most out of a Bluff Hill field trip.||No charge, koha welcome.||Get in touch|
|Bushy Point Restoration Project||Offers school groups tours and education sessions focussing on restoration projects, including planting and predator control.||Get in touch|
|Kids Restore the Kepler||Open to all schools to walk the track. Activities depend on student requirements but include species tracking, trapping and freshwater.||No charge.||Get in touch|
|Southland Community Nursery||They have a Nature Education Centre on site. Local schools can propagate native plants and engage in various educational sessions in groups of up to 40 children. Has a range of resources to support visits.||No charge.||Get in touch|