Field Trips at Ogden Nature Center

Give your students the wonderful opportunity to get outside the classroom walls this year and make connections with the natural world.

The Ogden Nature Center's 152-acre preserve offers an accessible, diverse landscape where students can explore plants, animals, soil, water, seasons and more throughout the school year. Our nature education programs correlate to the Utah State Core Curriculum standards and are taught by professional teacher naturalists educated in conservation biology, botany, ornithology, child development, elementary education and/or natural sciences.

You can register for the 2018/2019 school year by calling 801-621-7595 after August 1st, 2018. 


Environmental education at the Ogden Nature Center and throughout Utah would not be possible without the generous support of the following donors and organizations:

• Anonymous

• John Bellmon

• Bert M. & Lulu M. Neal Foundation

• Browning-Kimball Foundation

• Cross Charitable Foundation

• George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Foundation  

•iSEE - Information Science Education Enhancement

• Lawrence T. & Janet T. Dee Foundation

• Northrup Grumman

• Ogden City School Foundation

• Ralph Nye Charitable Foundation

• Samuel C. & Myra Powell Foundation

• Stewart Education Foundation

• Jennifer Speers

• Weber School District Foundation

• Christine West

Field Trip Information for Teachers and Parents

The ONC provides a complete curriculum for teachers to use in preparation and post-visit classroom activities related to visits to the Ogden Nature Center.

See the full curriculum