Sign up for the Natural Resources Field Trip

Anoka County Extension Service invites all 4th & 5th grade classrooms to attend the Natural Resources Field Trip.


  • Provides a fun environmental experience in a natural, outdoor setting.
  • Includes information about Minnesota habitat and wildlife at different stations out in nature.
  • Educational topics may include: birds, honey bees, animals, plants, trees, recycling, fish families, reptiles, animal skulls and skeletons, wildlife control and more.
  • If time allows, classes may participate in up to 12 stations.


  • Schools arrive at the site by 9:45 a.m. If your school plans to be late, please notify our office ahead of time.
  • Each class will be assigned to a teaching station located in the park.
  • Classes will rotate to a different station with a half-hour lunch break at noon. Students must plan to carry their lunch with them.
  • There is no guarantee that your class will be able to visit each station.
  • The last session ends at 2:30 p.m. Note: Your school may leave at whatever time necessary, so that the buses arrive back at your school on time.
  • Schools will receive more information prior to field trip dates.

The Natural Resources Field Trip is coordinated by Anoka County 4-H and funded with an Anoka County Agricultural Preserves grant and student fees. If you have questions please contact Jy Xiong (4-H Program Coordinator) at or Kim Fersuson (Support Staff) at

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