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Hocking College Celebrates 25 Years of Partnership with Haliburton Forest

by Hocking College Contributing Writer

For 25 years, Hocking College students from various programs of the School of Natural Resources have engaged in a month-long field school at Haliburton Forest in Ontario, Canada to study courses such as Wildlife Techniques, Fish Management, Canada Field Ecology, and Aquatic Ecology. 

Things To Do Near Hocking College in July

by Hocking College Contributing Writer

What's the first thing that comes to mind when you think of July? For us, fireworks! While there are several firework displays happening this month, there's also a lot of other events taking place as well.

Hocking College NR Graduate Named New Park District Director

by Tim Brunicardi

Hocking College graduate, Josh Dyer, from the Natural & Historical Interpretation program is now the director of the Crawford Park District located in Crestline, Ohio.

How to Get Involved with Historical Reenactment

by Hocking College Contributing Writer

Have you ever read a history book about the Battle of Gettysburg? While reading did you think about the weight of the musket in your hands? How about your brothers on each side, facing down an enemy a few miles away?

Unique Gifts to Get For A Natural Resources Student Under $30

by Tim Brunicardi

Not sure what to get the student in your life who is studying one of our programs? Don't worry -- we've got you covered.

In this blog we will review gift ideas for those in the Natural Resources department.

Take a Trip Back in Time This Weekend at Robbins Crossing

by Tim Brunicardi

Tomorrow (October 20) and Sunday (October 21) Robbins Crossing will be hosting to a Victorian-inspired funeral, as well as their 2nd Annual Fall Harvest HootenannyBoth activities are being presented by students from Hocking College’s Natural & Historical Interpretation program.

9 Creepy Victorian Death Traditions

by Jason Szostek

At Robbins Crossing Historic Village, students get an in-depth look at mid-Victorian life, which includes an intimate look at funerary traditions in the month of October. Read on to discover some of the unusual and dangerous traditions that were popular in the time period our students learn about and interpret for visitors at Robbins Crossing.

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