Each year since 2011, we have held an annual Nature Fest. We start out with our students selecting a topic that interests them. The topics have to be about South Jersey ecosystems or organisms that would be found in these ecosystems. Students then conduct research and put together a lesson to be taught to the visitors. Students use their backboards to display facts, provide hands on materials, or organisms, play games, etc. to teach their facts to the visitors. We also invite professional organizations to teach and display facts from their organization. Some of the organizations that have participated over the years are: US Fish & Wildlife, Edwin B. Forsythe Wildlife Refuge, Go Green Galloway, NJ Forest Fire, ACUA, Stockton College, to name a few. The adults and children then rotate through the stations learning as much as they can squeeze in during their visit!