VIRTUAL ECO-TOUR REQUEST FORM

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Please note: this is NOT a confirmation of a Virtual Eco-Tour


1.
Complete and submit this “Virtual Eco-Tour Request Form”.
2. A TreePeople staff member from our Education Department will review your request form.
3. After your request has been approved, you will receive a follow-up email with a link to make your $250 payment. Once that form is completed and the deposit has been paid, your Virtual Eco-Tour date will be confirmed.

Questions? Please contact Rosa Donis, Sr. Manager of On-Site Educational Tours, at (310) 228-8447 or rdonis@treepeople.org




You will be asked to create the virtual meeting and share the link with us to do the virtual tour. 

YOUR SCHOOL INFORMATION


Please write out your full school name to continue.

You are allowed one grade level per tour - this allows us to tailor our Virtual Eco-Tour to your students. If you prefer more than one grade level, please contact us directly.

This 35-minute program takes students on a virtual excursion to explore the wonders of the city forest. As part of this interactive journey, they will visit the Dirt Doctor's laboratory, receive a message from Mr. Waterdrop, discover a box full of special gifts, and learn how to care for trees at home. Students will participate through movement, songs, riddles, and share what they learn in their “wonder journal” all to better understand the important elements of the forest in our city. This tour is synchronous learning at its best and connects with many NGSS concepts.

This 45-minute program takes students on a virtual excursion in search of six Treasure Rings that symbolize natural cycles existing in our city. Students visit the Dirt Doctor's laboratory, explore a treasure box of nature’s treasures in disguise, see a rainstorm in our Urban Watershed Garden, and more. Students will write in their journal the problems they observe in our urban forest, investigate, and come up with solutions to better understand how organisms in ecosystems depend on each other! This tour is synchronous learning at its best and connects with many NGSS concepts.

This 1-hour program takes students on a virtual excursion to learn how we can mimic natural ecosystems to solve environmental problems. Students will earn “letters” as they determine which forest base solutions are at work throughout the park. They will explore trees, permeable surfaces, an underground cistern, rain barrels, and much more. At the end, the letters reveal the last, and perhaps most important forest base solution that will empower students to take what they learned and apply it to their own home. This tour is synchronous learning at its best and connects with many NGSS concepts.

35 student limit for the $250 payment. If your number of students exceeds 35, please request a second date or time slot.


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