Bring your class to a Armstrong Redwoods SNR and provide your students with an exceptional opportunity for learning! Stewards' Redwood Ecology Program offers students a chance to walk among the redwood giants and learn about the grove's complex web of life, while seeing a wide variety of flora and fauna. This program is suited for all grade levels.
Armstrong School Group Reservations
Reservations are required for all schools as parking and capacity is limited. Spring and fall are very busy times; it is important to reserve your space early. Docents are available upon request for groups of 60 students or less. Please read the guidelines below carefully and following our easy online reservation procedures to ensure the best experience possible.
Online School Group Reservation System
Additional Pre-visit Information (please review)
Bus Parking Instructions
Transportation Scholarship Application
Please contact: Melanie Russell, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (707) 869-9177 ext. 3# for
more information about our Redwood Ecology Program and if you have problems using our online reservation system.
Teacher's Guides and Resources
Armstrong Redwoods Redwood Ecology Teacher's Guide
(pdf file 2.75 MB - hard copies available upon request, shipping fee may apply)
Stewards and Michael Roa created a guide, Redwood Ed: A Guide to the Coast Redwoods for Teachers and Learners, for those who want to learn and those who want to help others learn about the magnificent coastal redwood environment. The focus of Redwood Ed is on the Sequoia sempervirens species and can be used throughout the coastal redwood region, from southern Oregon to Big Sur.
Redwood Ed Information (download publication)
Stewards' docent-led program is funded in part by Save the Redwoods League and the California State Parks Foundation. Stewards greatly appreciates their generosity.
Save the Redwoods Educational Handouts - This link will take you to a wealth of information about redwood ecosystems for free download.
These handouts are also availalbe for each student who participates on a docent-led tour scheduled with Stewards.