Help Your Students Discover the Past
BLM public lands are America's largest classroom. Take students on a journey into the past by planning a field trip to an interpreted archaeological, historic, or fossil site. Check our Ready, Set, Explore! pages for maps of BLM-interpreted sites. The following list provides information about sites that offer regular educational programs or special events, many of which can be customized to meet your curriculum needs.
Anasazi Heritage Center Resources for Educators
Information on planning a school group visit to Colorado's Anasazi Heritage Center in Dolores, CO.
Desert Discovery Center
Education Center Homepage
Describes education center in Barstow, CA, that offers formal and informal programs on natural, cultural, and historic resources of the Mojave Desert.
Hands on the Land - Sand Canyon
Profile of Sand Canyon Environmental Education Program, a BLM Hands on the Land site in California . For more information, contact BLM field office, Ridgecrest , CA.
Yaquina Head Environmental Education
State Web page
Information about self-guided and ranger-led education programs offered at this "Outstanding Natural Area" on the coast of Oregon ; includes link to teacher's guide