|PO Box 207|
1241 Illinois River Rd
Selma, OR 97538
Phone: (541) 597-8530
Fax: (541) 597-8533
Contact: Siskiyou Field Institute
Hours: 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Monday-Friday (spring to fall hours)
ANNOUNCING FULL YOUTH EDUCATION CAMP SCHOLARSHIPS!
Four camps, four weeks of outdoor learning fun at SFI!
Thanks to generous grants from Southern Oregon Education Service District and Cow Creek Umpqua Indian Foundation, we are able to offer these camps for free to anyone who expresses need and requests a scholarship.
Our next camp is Wilderness Survival Residential Camp, August 9 to 11 for ages 8-14.
Camp includes lodging, food and instruction for the week.
Registration is easy! Fill out our online form.
Thank you to Ninkasi, Caldera, Arch Rock and Bridgeview Winery for their microbrew and wine donations, to our birdwalk guide Fran Taylor and mini workshop instructors Romain Cooper and Caleb Shrode, to Fire Your Boss and Intuitive Compass plus our hard-working volunteers.
And to the Oregon Caves National Monument for the "bounce cave."
Click on our 2019 catalog or link below to view.
Open the 2019 catalog.
SFI members receive 10% off Youth Camps (for additional children after first registration), course tuition fees and lodging.
COMING UP IN JULY:
Wildflowers of Crater Lake: Botany and Photography, July 23-24
Please note: Great Basin Flora is SOLD OUT. Join the wait list by calling 541-597-8530 and leaving your phone number.
2019 Nature Discovery Camp
Wednesday, July 17, 2019Day campers will spend time learning natural history, cultural history, topography and mapping the creeks and grounds at Siskiyou Field Institute through hiking, exploration, and compass skills. Your child will have the opportunity to become a scientist by understanding watersheds and water cycles, ... Read more...
Advanced Plant I.D. : Asteraceae, Graminoids and Eriogonums
Wednesday, July 17, 2019This course picks up where “Crash Course on Flowering Plant Families” left off last season. Learn to key more difficult plant groups including Asteraceae, grass-like plants such as sedges and rushes (Graminoids) and the always challenging buckwheats (Eriogonums) with their many taxonomic varian... Read more...
Wildflowers of Crater Lake: Botany and Photography
Tuesday, July 23, 2019Experience the dazzling diversity of Crater Lake National Park flora during the peak of blooming season in woodlands to peaks to pumice desert. In addition to Rim Road locations, we’ll also spend time botanizing wildflowers on the Park’s lesser known trails, in a variety of habitats. We’ll use ... Read more...
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