Tours, Field Trips & Workshops
The Green Zone's outdoor exhibits, including some basic information on signs, are always open to anyone to explore on their own at anytime.
But if your group wants a more detailed, guided tour, or your class is looking for a unique field trip, or you want to learn how to do something with your own hands in a workshop, we may be able to help -- depending on volunteer availability.
Free Tours and Field Trips
Before you register for a student field trip, please review our Visit Guidelines for program ideas, helpful hints for student group chaperones, and picnic options.
Depending on tour leader availability, we can usually accomodate groups under these criteria:
* Days and Hours
First and third Fridays of most months between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. (Other times might be arranged if volunteers are available.)
* Time Allotment
Minimum 2 hours / Maximum 4 hours
Adults, Students from Kindergarten through High School. No children under four years of age please.
* Group Size
At least 10 persons, no more than 50 in two classes
* Chaperone Ratio
1 adult to 6 students
Scheduling: Make your reservation at least two weeks in advance. If you need to cancel or change the count for your group, please let us know within 48 hours of you scheduled tour, if possible. Please use Registration Form
With questions about tours and field trips contact Stacey Selcho at 509-535-7274 ext. 217.
Periodically the Green Zone teams up with the Spokane Conservation District, the WSU/Spokane County Extension, or other entities to offer special hands-on workshops to help you learn how to plant or prune a tree, compost garden waste, install a drip irrigation system, or other sustainable practices. These workshops, which usually involve a small fee to cover costs, are advertised through the local news media and featured here. Stay tuned.....