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Opportunities at the SLL
There are many different opportunities for all ages to serve, lead, and learn at the Selman Living Laboratory. Our motto is Service, Learning, and Leadership. From small children to older adults, our programs provide opportunities for all. Our learning programs seek to develop leadership skills. If you have suggestions for activities or for more information about these opportunities, please contact Brandon McDonald, Manager of the Selman Living Laboratory.
- Ichthyology Study
- Microbiotic Crustal Community Study
- Mixed-grass Prairie Vegetation Study
- Tiger Beetles & Moths
At the SLL, we have two astronomy domes and several telescopes available to us. The SLL has a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Starcreek Astronomical Society to assist in astronomy education.
Project WILD is a wildlife-focused conservation education program for K-12 educators and their students. For more information on Project WILD, you can visit UCO Wellness Center's Project WILD.
Blue Thumb is a water pollution education program of the Oklahoma Conservation Commission's Water Quality Division. The goal of Oklahoma's Blue Thumb Program is to protect water resources against nonpoint source pollution by empowering citizens to protect water quality. For more information about Blue Thumb, visit their webpage.
Quail Forever of Oklahoma
The Central Oklahoma 89er Chapter of Quail Forever is dedicated to the conservation of quail and other wildlife through habitat improvements, public awareness, education, and land management policies and programs. Visit Quail Forever for information on chapters outside of Oklahoma.
Boy Scout and Girl Scout Opportunities
- Working on part of nature trail
- Laying cement for the sidewalks and widening existing sidewalks for improved accessibility
- Building drainage swales
- Building raised bed gardens for native plants around the trails and buildings
- Anything else you may come up with. We are open to suggestions!
The SLL is developing a curriculum for middle and high school students. Please contact Brandon McDonald to schedule a visit or for more information.