Walnut Creek Station
Hosting long and short-term educational research projects
Walnut Creek Station for Educational Research functions as a collaborative partnership among Prescott
College, Yavapai College , Sharlot Hall Museum , Northern Arizona University , and the Prescott National Forest .
Each Walnut Creek Station partner contributes funding to maintain the 250-acre site, which hosts projects, classes, meetings, and other functions. As many as three Prescott College classes per week take advantage of the station for field trips.
Some 45 miles northwest of Prescott, the Walnut Creek Station also hosts long- and short-term research projects for federal and state agencies and others. Many students conduct independent studies at the station.
Courses That Hold Sessions at the Walnut Creek Station:
Interpreting Nature through Art and Photography
Geographical Information Systems (GIS)
Drawing and Painting the Southwestern Landscape
Aboriginal Living Skills
Research Conducted at the Walnut Creek Station:
Hantavirus Longitudinal Study
Centers for Disease Control
Arenavirus Distribution Study
National Institutes of Health
Inventory and Monitoring Study Grant
Arizona Department of Water Resources
Rattlesnake Radio Telemetry Project
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