Marine Ecology Program - Application
Fort Ross Conservancy offers both one-day and overnight Marine Ecology Programs. To learn more about this wonderful outdoor education opportunity please see our Marine Ecology page (
Fee Waivers Available! – Public lands and outdoor learning experiences should be widely available. FRC aims to minimize the financial challenges that keep kids from taking important field trips. Thanks to the generous support from our donors we have created the Fort Ross Education Fund to offer program fee waivers to schools that would otherwise be unable to participate. We welcome teachers of all schools to apply!
Questions? Email MEP Program Manager Song Hunter at
MEP Participation Fee Scale
Name of School
Name of Applicant/Point of Contact
What Month(s) are you interested in participating in the MEP?
Would you like a single day or overnight?
Week Days or Weekends Preferred?
Would you like to camp or stay in the Fort Compound buildings? Staying in the Fort Compound requires your MEP to fall on a weekend.
Camp - Anytime
Fort Compound Buildings - On a Weekend
Single Day so N/A
Please list how many participants you anticipate will attend. For the program to function optimally we ask that the ratio of adults to students be at least 1 adult to six students.
Fee Waiver Application (if applicable). Complete the Fee Waiver form, link at the top of this page.
Transportation (list type and estimated cost if known)
Waiver of program fees (see above)
Our school/class is (check all that apply):
A Public School
A Public Charter School
A Private School
A Home School
Title I Funded
Is in Program Improvement (PI) status
Over 30% ESL, ELL or LEP
Has your school or class ever attended this program in the past? If yes, please give years or dates.
Describe why you think this field trip will be of valuable benefit to your class or school.
How did you learn about FRC's MEP?
An email from your district?
Another teacher at your school?
The FRC Porgrams website?
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