We believe adventure creates resilience, early exploration fosters life-long curiosity, and time spent learning outdoors is never dull.

After School Ecology Club happens out in the schoolyard. We guide students to play, dive into field experiments, and build friendships across grade levels. They’ll explore and discover their school grounds in new ways! Our Ecology Clubs happen in the fall, winter, and spring with seasonal investigations and activities.

The adventures continue with all day summer camps at the Learning Gardens Laboratory. Register >>

Spring Ecology Club 2019

This spring, join us outside as we explore the garden as an ecological niche. We will be planting harvestable treats, unlocking mysteries in the surrounding environment, translating nature into art, and so much more.
Adventure awaits!

We'll be spending at least half our time outside (unless there are extreme conditions) and require students to have appropriate outdoor gear (rain boots, rain coat, hat, and rain pants or a change of pants-- please no umbrellas). If you do not have access to gear please email lauren@ecologyoutdoors.org and she will get you set up.

Hayhurst: All Grades
180.00

We’ll be meeting on Tuesdays at 2:15-4:45, April 2 - May 28 (9 meetings). Anytime school is closed we will not meet.

Please note, we do offer refunds.

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Richmond: All Grades
180.00

We’ll be meeting on Wednesdays at 2:15-4:45, April 3 - May 29 (9 meetings). Anytime school is closed we will not meet.

Please note, we do offer refunds.

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Questions? Contact lauren@ecologyoutdoors.org



Chloe our After School Educator is a grower of magic, imagination, empathy, and gardens. She is committed to empowering meaningful and playful connections between children and the earth. Chloe has worked as a garden educator for summer camps, educational farms, and public schools. She holds a Masters of Science from Portland State University's, Leadership for Sustainability Education program. She looks forward to exploring the spring season in all its teachings and wonder.