If you’re interested in a unique and engaging classroom experience, consider holding class at the Big Chico Creek Ecological Reserve (BCCER). Classes ranging from art and journalism to agriculture and construction management utilize the BCCER. It’s a 25-minute drive from campus (on Hwy 32 near Forrest Ranch). Thousands of people every year visit the 4,000 acres of diverse ecosystems.
They are open every weekday and have staff and resources to help you and your students have the best learning experience possible. Visit their websitefor more information and to explore how you can best utilize this wonderful resource. Also, you can view upcoming events and opportunities on their Facebook page.
The first attached flyer has more information on BCCER. The second attached flyer is an open house they’re hosting on April 21. For additional questions or to set up a visit, contact:
Jon Aull, Education and Research Coordinator
CSUC Ecological Reserves