Hackberry Flat Center Wetland Classroom
What is a wetland classroom?
The state-of-the-art wetland classroom at the Hackberry Flat Center will offer students the experience of visiting a wetland and learning about wetlands in an arid region of the country. They will put on rubber boots, sweep the watery habitat with a net and bring the collected aquatic “critters” back to the classroom. They then will get a closer look through field scopes and projection scopes of their critters. This will give them a unique hands-on approach to the value of a wetland.
How do I schedule the wetland classroom?
Please read the "Field Trip Planning Guide for Youth Educators" and then contact the Outdoor Classroom Coordinator.
Information for Hackberry Flat Center
- Hackberry Flat Guide (PDF)
- Educator's Planning Guide (Wetland Classroom)
- Hunting Hackberry Flat
- Visiting Hackberry Flat
- 2009 Newsletter
The Hackberry Flat Center can be used for meetings, workshops, and programs related to natural resources.
Amenities - The Center has a reception area and a large meeting room that can be divided into 2 smaller rooms. The large meeting room can seat 100 and with tables can accommodate 60. Internet is available and an LCD projector, screens and laptop are also available.
The facility has an area for caterers and includes serving hatches, sink, dishwasher and refrigerator.
To Schedule the use of the Center or for more information please contact Melynda Hickman at (405) 990-4977 or use the webform below: