Each Dinner on the Bluff event includes a delicious dinner prepared and served by Eagle Bluff’s in-house chefs, followed by a speaker giving a presentation on a topic related to the environment & the outdoors. by Joe Goetzke, Marketing Director | … [Read more...] about 2023 Dinner on the Bluff Speakers & Dates Announced
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2021-2022 School Year Programming Updates: Outdoor School: Overnight trip We are continuing to offer overnight Outdoor School experiences for those schools that are able. Here are the protocols in place to help reduce COVID … [Read more...] about Eagle Bluff plans regarding COVID-19 (updated April 2022)
With new events just announced for winter & spring 2022, we've got fun outdoor adventures for the whole family!by Joe Goetzke, Advancement Director | January 11, 2022 Check out the new events we just announced for winter & spring 2022! Click … [Read more...] about 2022 winter & spring events just announced!
Lucy is like many campers that come to Eagle Bluff - she always dreamed of attending an overnight summer camp and Eagle Bluff was the perfect fit. When Lucy was in her prime elementary days, Humphrey the Hamster was her favorite book series. After reading … [Read more...] about Lucy’s Eagle Bluff Story
Reflecting on the past year, participation in the outdoors skyrocketed during 2020 because of the pandemic. However, much work remains to remedy the deep inequities when it comes to accessibility to the outdoors. by Colleen Foehrenbacher, Executive … [Read more...] about Happy Earth Day 2021
Hi everyone, Colleen Foehrenbacher, executive director of Eagle Bluff Environmental Learning Center here. I’m coming to you today with updates on our summer programming at Eagle Bluff. However, before that I wanted to take a few moments to speak … [Read more...] about A message of support and summer 2020 update
Use your senses to create the “buy-in” required to develop and strengthen your relationship with natureby Hannah Champeau, Curriculum Coorindator | May 19, 2020 Doesn’t it seem coincidental that seasonal changes this year accompany a change in how … [Read more...] about Use your 5 senses to strengthen your relationship with nature
If you find a baby bird (or really any animal) the following steps should help you know what to do.by Molly Kelly, Wildlife and Outreach Coordinator | May 13, 2020 I don’t know about you, but between all the uncertainties and spending more time at … [Read more...] about Let that baby bird Fly Away Home
Join Curriculum Coorindator Hannah Champeau as she takes you on your personal wild edibles and spring ephemeral virtual adventure!by Hannah Champeau, Curriculum Coordinator | May 5, 2020 Have you been interacting with nature now more than ever? Now … [Read more...] about Low on produce? Try shopping in the woods for a wealth of tasty food!