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Producer or consumer, carnivore or herbivore. Which are you? Discover how animals and plants adapt when survival is the name of the game. Explore the food web, search for signs of wildlife, and discover the smallest predators in the Ladybug Lab. (SOL: Science 3.4, 3.5, 3.6, 3.8).

Field Trips for All offer parents a unique opportunity to supplement their child's science learning with outdoor experiences and application of concepts required in the Virginia SOLs. Registration is limited to allow for social distancing. Groups of more than 8 should consider booking a field trip directly with Green Spring Gardens. All attendees, parents, and students must register to control group size. To schedule your own, contact susan.eggerton@fairfaxcounty.gov or call 703-642-5173.