Welcome to Redwood EdVentures!
Redwood EdVentures is your link to everything fun and fascinating — for children, youth and the young at heart — related to the California Coastal Redwoods. Click on Slick the Slug to check out all the Redwood EdVentures quests you can take, and use the menus to find other exciting resources to help you enjoy the wonders of the North Coast!
Redwood EdVentures in the News
The newest Redwood EdVentures quest, at Sequoia Park in Eureka, just opened, and KIEM-TV NewsChannel 3 was there with the report. Check it out!
Salmon in the Classroom
Instructors and their students set up an aquarium in the classroom, receive fish eggs under a special CDFW permit, and observe the fish as they hatch and develop. The experience may culminate in a field trip to a local stream or river where the fish are released. This is a hands-on, interdisciplinary project for grades K-12. Locally, about 30 teachers in 25 schools across Humboldt County participate.
Grab your shovels and your friends and get a team together to compete for cash prizes in a variety of categories. Registration opens at 8 a.m. at the Manila Community Center, 1611 Peninsula Drive. The entry fee is $10 for teams of up to six people and $15 for teams of more than six. And if you'd rather just come by and check out others' work, that's great. Admission for spectators is free, though a $1-$5 sliding scale donation is suggested.