Audubon Education Programs
Audubon's education programs reach thousands of Vermonters of all ages, including 4,500 school-aged children attending year-round site-based programs. We believe that caring for our planet requires engaging and educating the next generation of environmental leaders. Environmental awareness and education is an ongoing process, not a single event.
Centers-based programs are designed to make it possible for a child to explore nature in our preschool programs, advance to school field trips, spend their summers at day camp, and eventually attend our residential summer camps. Complementing these programs, Audubon chapters throughout the state conduct educational programs and events for their local communities. Across Vermont outstanding staff and dedicated volunteers offer programs year-round to guide Vermonters of all ages along the continuum from appreciation, to understanding, to stewardship of nature.
Notice to all teachers attending an Audubon program: Our programs begin in one of two locations, either at the Education Barn located at 255 Sherman Hollow Rd. or in front of the sugar house on Main Rd. The location of your program can be found in the confirmation email. Please give us a call if you have any questions.
Questions? Call or email Daniel Schmidt 802-434-3068
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