Olympic National Park occupies nearly a million acres of wilderness in central and coastal Olympic Peninsula. From alpine to lowland forest, one of the steepest rainfall gradients in the world creates temperate rainforest to near-desert environments within just a few miles of each other. This rich landscape provides many recreational and scientific research opportunities.
NatureBridge Olympic has been connecting people to the natural world for over twenty-five years. Field science activities and data collection have always been an important part of our overall environmental education programming. Today a number of long-term monitoring projects studying water quality, plants, weather and wildlife have been developed for students to gain exposure to science skills and participate in ecological research.
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