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Volunteers are needed as guides for the EDA field trip experience!
The Environmental Discovery and Adventure (EDA) program is a full-day, hands-on, inquiry- based field trip program that uses the environment as an integrated context for learning. EDA is the foundational program of UNT’s environmental education programs; in partnership with local school districts, EDA reaches more than 15,000 K-8 students within a 35-mile radius of the center each year.
Volunteer Guides are the first and last impression of the EDA fieldtrip experience. They also provide a consistent and friendly face to a full day program with a variety of exciting and educational activities. Daily fieldtrip opportunities begin mid-September. Volunteer guide hours are from 9:15 AM to 1:30 PM. Volunteer once a week, once a month, or as often as your schedule allows. Although we have daily field trips, we set aside Master Naturalist volunteer days each Monday and Wednesday.
We invite you to join us and find out what we do and if you would like to be a part of it. If you plan to attend, please contact Marian Kester at 940-387-7147, or Marti Lathrop at firstname.lastname@example.org or 940.369.8936 to RSVP and obtain driving and parking directions.
Elm Fork Education Center (located inside the Environmental Science Building on the UNT-Denton campus, parking in lot 11) is located at 1704 W. Mulberry St. in Denton.
Link to signup: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0E4AA5A62BAAFAC61-elmfork