Become a Partner

With over 50 schools statewide, we work with partners around the state to connect students to the outdoors. SOLE encompasses a variety of environmental education topics including nature, geology, wildlife, history, and recreation.

Bird Conservancy of the Rockies offers field trips and in-class programs for 4th grade SOLE students. Here, they are educating young learners at one of our Denver area Family Nature Nights.

We have schools in all regions of the state and have several opportunities to partner:

  • Field trips to your site- Do you offer programming for 4th grade students?

  • In-class programs- Do you offer any in-school programming for 4th grade students?

We want to incorporate the wonderful work you are already doing. The level of commitment is up to you.

Partner Commitment

Partner Benefits

  • Work with CPW staff and schools to schedule and provide services (field trips, classroom visits, etc.).

  • Work directly with schools to invoice for field trip and program costs in a timely manner. 

  • Connect services with other partner programs and with in-school curriculum.

  • Participate in evaluation activities.

  • Opportunities to connect with local families.

  • Partner programming will be listed in our Program Options Guide. This guide lists SOLE program and field trip options and provides teachers with appropriate scheduling contact information.

  • Schools will use their grant to pay the invoice for your programming and for the school's transportation to your site.

  • Partner logo will be displayed on our website.

If you are interested in becoming a partner, please contact and let us know about the types of onsite, in-school, and/or virtual programs you offer.

History Colorado offers field trips and in-class programs for 4th grade SOLE students. They also attend many Denver area Family Nature Nights!

Staff from USFWS at the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge offer field trips to their site and support SOLE through our Family Nature Nights.