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2022 Summer Programs

We had an amazing summer packed with kayaking, filmmaking, environmental studies, water chemical testing, bug and plant identification, archeology, timber framing, and much much more!

Click each image below to see the short films produced in this years Filmmaking Field school in Collins Park

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Short Documentary about Collins Park in Scotia, made up of footage and interviews conducted by our students during our summer filmmaking field school.

Past Programs

Watershed Ecology and Videography

Summer 2020

This program integrates the study of forest ecology, watershed ecology, wildlife and invasive species monitoring, nature photography and videography and is led by experienced field biologists, video & media arts instructors.  We will assess water quality, water chemistry and conduct macro-invertebrate analysis in the field. Participants will hike, bike and boat to get to various study sites throughout each weeklong field school.Watershed Ecology and Videography

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Archaeology Field School
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Summer 2020

Working alongside professional archaeologists, participants will conduct scientific research to uncover Schoharie County’s multilayered historical past as we excavate the site of a 1712 early colonial fortified homestead along the Schoharie Creek.