Children & Families: Field Station Live!
1:00pm — 3:00pm
Experience the environment through the lens of a naturalist. Children of all ages will explore and investigate their natural surroundings, getting their hands dirty as they learn about the animals, insects, and plants that call Storm King home. With Amy and Evan Miklos.
- Program location: Meet at Mark Dion’s Storm King Environmental Field Station (2019).
- Suggested age range: all ages
Amy Miklos is an educator based in the Hudson Valley. Her love of working with children began at The Boston Children’s Museum and has led her to a variety of progressive school settings in the northeast. She is currently designing curriculum at Randolph School, an elementary school in Wappingers, NY dedicated to educating the whole child through experiential nature-based learning experiences.
Evan Miklos is a life-long explorer of the Hudson Valley and loves nature adventures of all kinds. He has two decades of experience as an outdoor educator and has been an early childhood and science teacher at Randolph School for 13 years. He is co-creator of the Creek Scouts afterschool program, which focuses on cooperative team building, field ecology, Native American culture, and wilderness survival skills.