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Nature Bowl

Nature

Bowl

Nature Bowl is an annual, science-based educational program for 3rd through 6th graders. Students gain ecological knowledge and conservation literacy through games, problems, puzzles, and exploration. Teamwork and creativity are encouraged as students rotate through stations in a friendly, educational competition.

Natural Bowl curriculum is based on the California Education and the Environment Initiative in conjunction with the Next Generation Science Standards. The California Department of Fish and Wildlife develops the curriculum and works with partners to hold Nature Bowl events.

Nature Bowl is Back in 2023!

2023 Nature Bowl information from the  California Department of Fish & Wildlife

Amador, Calaveras, and Tuolumne County

Gather your 3rd/4th-grade or 5th/6th-grade teams of 3-10 students together!

  • Get ready to explore and enjoy nature in this fun and exciting kids “competition”.
  • Demonstrate your knowledge and love of wild places and wildlife through various educational activities.
  • Work as a team to solve specific environmental and conservation challenges.
  • Activities include: Nature Investigations, Nature Relay, Team Problem Solving, Bell Ringers, and Enviromercial.

 

2023 Nature Bowl

April 18, 2023
Regional Semifinals
New Melones Visitor Center

May 6, 2023
Finals
Camp Pollock

Event Contacts

Tricia Dunlap
STEM Coordinator
209.536.2082

tdunlap@tcsos.us

Genelle Treaster
Nature Bowl Coordinator
genelle.treaster@wildlife.ca.gov