Audubon Vermont Staff

Debbie Archer

Teacher/Naturalist and Education Program Coordinator

Growing up in a military family, Debbie moved around the country throughout her childhood. But, as a fourth-grader, she made a declaration that she would live in Vermont when she grew up. Many years later she is very happy to be putting down roots here in Vermont and working for Audubon. Debbie joins the education team with a Master of Science in Environmental Science from Indiana University's School of Public and Environmental Affairs. She gained experience in outdoor education working as an educator, naturalist, and camp program manager at environmental education camps in Alaska and California. She now lives in Montpelier where she is excited to see and experience all that Vermont has to offer during each of its seasons.

Articles by Debbie Archer

Summer Camp Registration is almost here!
News

Summer Camp Registration is almost here!

— What you need to know about Early Bird Registration
Bears and Birds
News

Bears and Birds

— "With great joy comes great responsibility."
November Fest Vacation Days
News

November Fest Vacation Days

— NEW THIS YEAR! Monday and Tuesday Thanksgiving Vacation Day Camps!
Afterschool with Audubon
News

Afterschool with Audubon

— Getting kids outside from Burlington to Huntington
AmeriCorps Position: Environmental and Outreach Educator
News

AmeriCorps Position: Environmental and Outreach Educator

— Join our education team while building your skills in the outdoors.
Bird Banding at Audubon Vermont
News

Bird Banding at Audubon Vermont

— Pop-up bird banding for the summer of 2019!
Wild Birds Unlimited Supports Audubon Vermont Summer Camps with Scholarships
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Wild Birds Unlimited Supports Audubon Vermont Summer Camps with Scholarships

— Funding helps to support our push to make outdoor spaces welcoming and accessible.
Audubon Vermont Releases Climate Change Plan for State
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Audubon Vermont Releases Climate Change Plan for State

— Vermont will soon need a new image
King Street Revisited
Education Programs

King Street Revisited

— Sometimes things are so good, you just want to shout about them!