Snowpack Prediction Contest
A unique educational activity developed by Winter Wildlands Alliance, the Snowpack Prediction Contest is designed to follow-up the SnowSchool field trip and utilizes local snow/weather stations to engage students and teachers once they are back in their classroom. Participating in the Snowpack Prediction Contest is simple, fun and transforms learning at SnowSchool from a one day outing into a winter-long science exploration!
Snowpack Prediction Contests by Region:
National Flagship Site (Bogus Basin)
National Flagship Site (Bogus Basin) Spring Contest
Environmental Resource Center (Ketchum)
Basin School District (Idaho City)
Montana Outdoor Science School
Northern Sierra Region
Sierra Watershed Education Partnerships (Tahoe City)
Bay Area Wilderness Training (SPRING)
Winter Trek Express (South Lake Tahoe)
Winter Trek Express (South Lake Tahoe) SPRING
Plumas County / Upper Feather River Watershed
Mammoth Lakes (located to the south)
Discover Your Forest (Bend OR)
Siskiyou National Forest / Mt Ashland area
Four Corners / Monticello area
Friends of the Dillon Ranger District
Mountain Research Station at Niwot Ridge (Long-Term Ecological Research site)
- SnowSchool 2022-23 Season Wrap-UpMay 31, 2023 - 6:37 pm
After a winter full of fun and snowy outdoor explorations: our latest SnowSchool season is a wrap!
- Snow Education’s North StarMay 8, 2023 - 11:36 pm
Alaska’s “SnowEd” team is working to advance snow education across their state during this final year of SnowEx.
- Why Is Spring Snow So Sticky?May 3, 2023 - 10:32 pm
The science of warm spring snow – and what to do about it (depending on who you are).
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