Slate Run Living Historical Farm: For groups wanting to schedule a field trip to Slate Run Living Historical Farm, please click here
Metro Five-0 (50 and older): On the Metro Five-0 page, learn more about nature programs designed specifically for those folks age 50 or older.
Senior Groups: Metro Park offers a variety of free programs for senior groups at senior centers, assisted living facilities, and other adult group or senior group meeting places.
Graduate Level Educator Workshops: Metro Parks offers graduate level workshops for educators of all subjects and grade levels who would like to learn how to integrate environmental topics into their curriculum and classroom lessons. Workshop content may support Ohio's Academic Content Standards in life and earth sciences, math, social studies and physical education. For more information about teacher workshops, please contact Susan Boggs, Manager of Education and Outreach Program at 614-895-6211 or email@example.com.
SEED: Students Exploring Ecosystem Dynamics (SEED) is Metro Parks' 5th Grade Life Science Curriculum program. For more information contact: Tanya Taylor, Education Administrator, firstname.lastname@example.org, 614.895.6206.
Tram: During the months of April through October, groups may schedule a program on Metro Parks' 42 passenger tram. Participants will travel through a park with a naturalist and learn about the park's natural and cultural features. For tram locations and availability call 614.508.8111 or click here