Our educational mission is to provide youth naturalists, hunters, and archers of all experience levels the opportunity to expand their knowledge of conservation, ecology, wildlife biology, and natural resources through highly engaging hands-on activities and outdoor opportunities led by experienced educators, field specialists, and conservation mentors.
Our education program is coordinated by Heather Reisenweber, a licensed and practicing STEM educator for the Prince William Country school system. Additionally, our founder, Jay Pinsky, and our senior conservationist, Dyllan Chapins, hold Masters of Science degrees in Natural Resources. Jay Pinsky is also a 2014 Fellow at the Virginia Natural Resources Leadership Institute.
We also partner with local, state and federal agencies, businesses and other nonprofits to give our students the very best conservation education possible.
We offer three kinds of educational experiences:
Monthly Classes (Schedule)
Day Camps in Spring, Summer and Fall (Schedule)