The Ozark Natural Science Center is a private, non-profit field science education facility on the Arkansas Natural Heritage Commission’s Bear Hollow Natural Area in rural Madison county between Eureka Springs and Huntsville. ONSC offers summer camps and adult and family programming, but is best known as the site of life-altering school excursions for nearly 4,000 public and private school students from Arkansas and beyond each year. The ONSC campus includes three lodges, guest and faculty housing, indoor and outdoor classrooms, an observation deck and nearly eight miles of maintained hiking trails. The facility is an ideal setting for private group programs such as corporate sustainability education or organizational planning retreats. ONSC employs a team of nineteen administrative, food service and maintenance staff as including field staff with backgrounds ranging from aquatic resources to zoology.