Welcome to Siskiyou Field Institute,
where learning is a daily adventure!
SFI is proud to co-sponsor two performances of the Missa Gaia
(Celebrating Mother Earth) by the 3 Rivers Chorale this weekend.
Saturday's concert is in Cave Junction, Sunday's in Grants Pass.
Both start at 3:00 p.m.
The mission of the Siskiyou Field Institute is to increase the
understanding of, and connection to the Klamath-Siskiyou
ecoregion through education, scientific research,
and public engagement.
We provide educational trails for you to explore our intriguing bioregion —
whether you're an adventure seeker, simply want to join a guided hike
or are a professional wanting to enhance your job skills.
Our adult education courses combine the best of classroom and field
experiences in the natural sciences. The instructors are top experts
in our bioregion, specializing in subjects from aquatic invertebrates
SFI youth education programs are specifically designed
to align with Next Generation Science Standards created
by a partnership of the National Research Council, the National
Science Teachers Association, the American Association
for the Advancement of Science, and Achieve.
NEW AT SFI! Winter Day Camp for Kids
Dates: Monday, February 20, 2017
(9 a.m. - 4 p.m.)
Cost: $50/full day or $25/half day (early or late drop offs
and pick ups can be arranged)
Treat your kids to a winter wonderland of learning and curb their
cabin fever on Presidents' Day. Activities may include tracking animals
in the snow (or mud), making winter bird feeders, identifying
birds with binoculars, building snow forts, learning about winter
wilderness survival, playing outdoor games and much more!
Details and online registration
Our 2017 field course catalog will be available in February.
Attention, teachers: If you're interested in bringing your class out
to SFI in 2017 for Youth Education Programs, please see our Youth Programs page, then contact us at 541-597-8530, extension 315 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.