The Georgia 4-H EE program uses the outdoors as classrooms without walls to provide overnight academic field studies for students in public, private, homeschool and home-based learning in grades K-12.
Participants report an increase in 1) student relationships with their classmates; 2) student relationships with their teacher; 3) environmental awareness; 4) environmental behavioral intent; and 5) connectedness to nature.
Trip Planning Guide
4-H Environmental Education Enhances Student Learning
Teachers, students, parents and administrators need to know why Environmental Education is important. This download answers that question in an easy to use Word document format. Feel free to use our text in your presentations on the importance of environmental education experiences.
We are now offering a $10 trip to Wahsega! Your trip includes 2 classes that are 1 hour in length. Schedules easily fit into most school days. There are limited times and days available for this new program so contact our Environmental Education Program Coordinator, Adam Rolwes, at 706-864-2050 to plan your trip.
Homeschool and Home-Based Students
We welcome homeschool and home-based students and their families.
Please contact us to plan a 4-H Environmental Education Field Study for your children or homeschool organization.
Georgia 4-H EE is a National 4-H Science Program
Georgia 4-H EE field studies help prepare the next generation of leaders in science, engineering and technology. Learn more about National 4-H Science.
Field study package fees for:
Day and night classes with short descriptions of each class
Spring 2017 EE Staff
Our Spring 2017 Environmental Education Staff are:
Photos and biographies
We have a number of different t-shirt designs available in the Canteen. Contact us for information about special orders for your group.
Buildings and Grounds
Wahsega 4-H Center has just the right facilities for your students' outdoor education experience.
Job Opportunities at Wahsega 4-H Center
Want to work in Environmental Education at Wahsega? We have openings.
About Georgia 4-H Environmental Education
Diane Davies started 4-H Environmental Education field studies in 1979 at Rock Eagle 4-H Center; now it is the largest program of its kind in the nation. [ Read more >> ]