The Environmental Education Fellowship program at Eagle Bluff was established in 1997 and is the foundation of the educational experience for students in our Outdoor School. This year's fellows have a wide range of experience and hail from all over the … [Read more...] about Meet the 2019-2020 Education Fellows!
News & Stories from the Bluff
Thank you to everyone who attended Banquet on the Bluff on Saturday, October 12th! Over 150 of you turned out for a wonderful evening that featured an exquisite meal, great silent and live auctions, and fun raffles and games. Through your participation … [Read more...] about Thank you for an amazing Banquet on the Bluff!
For many children, Eagle Bluff offers the rare opportunity to experience nature and the environment first-hand while supplementing their classroom learning in history, language arts, and the sciences. The Eagle Bluff curriculum adheres to the state of … [Read more...] about Don’t miss Banquet on the Bluff October 12th!
When one thinks of bobwhite quail in southeastern Minnesota, the one person who comes to mind is Quail Forever Minnesota State Coordinator, Thurman Tucker. Thurman has worked to keep bobwhite quail populations alive in this area for over the past 40 … [Read more...] about Bobwhite Quail Reintroduction Efforts at Eagle Bluff
If you are inspired by the reflection of the sky in frozen ponds, have your breath taken away by the swoop of a raptor, or are excited by the wisdom of children, you might find your place at Eagle Bluff, as an Environmental Education Fellow. Picture … [Read more...] about Why would you be an Environmental Education Fellow at Eagle Bluff?
Many Eagle Bluff staff enjoy a canine companion. These furry friends often join us for casual events and sometimes even join us in gathering maple syrup or tagging kids in a summer camp game, Bonkers. Here’s a better picture of who we’re spending our time … [Read more...] about Dogs of Eagle Bluff
Most of our Dining Hall guests participate in separating trash from compostable food scraps. We drop the grape stems, apple cores, and orange and banana peels into a bucket, and maybe even help mash it up, but never see this food goop again. This … [Read more...] about The Why and How of Composting
We welcome our new interim executive director, John Torgrimson. As a staff, we naturalists will periodically interview each other with many questions, including sillier questions. It is only fitting to continue our tradition with … [Read more...] about An Interview with John Torgrimson