THE FOREST EXPLORER:
Your Mobile Forest Experience!
The Forest Explorer is a rolling forest field trip that comes right to your school or event. Specially outfitted with interactive exhibits and activities for all ages.
Delivered to your site by National Forest Association staff and volunteers, the Forest Explorer is truly your mobile forest experience that brings educational forest health and fire safety messages to your school or event in a fun and engaging way. Explore what you can do in the forest, how fire plays a vital role in the forest ecosystem and learn about our many forest neighbors all in one place.
Explore the Forest with your Classroom
Students explore the Forest through hands-on activities that meet California's Curriculum Standards for first through sixth grades. Download our Schedule of Fees and Presentation Outline or contact us to learn more about how your class can experience the forest - without leaving the school!
Explore the Forest at your Festival or Event
The Forest Explorer offers an entertaining, educational forest experience for the entire family! Families can learn more about the forest and its inhabitants through participatory or casual interpretation. Activities may be scheduled throughout the day to add to the fun. Download the Schedule of Fees and Presentation Outline below or contact us to learn more about delivering the forest to your festival or event.
Check out our calendar below and download our Schedule of Fees to learn more about how to get the Forest Explorer rolling your way!
Volunteer with the Forest Explorer!
The Forest Explorer is delivered by a team of informed volunteers and staff who enjoy promoting the health of our forest resource to a variety of audiences. If you have a passion for forest stewardship, and would like to promote responsible recreation and volunteer opportunities in our Southern California forests, sign up today!
Contact us to sign up for the next Forest Explorer Volunteer training class.
Phone: (909) 744-9510 x 125
The Forest Explorer is administered by the Forest Care Program of the National Forest Association. Forest Care is funded through a generous grant from the US Forest Service and delivered in partnership with the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE).