Vermont’s Natural History summer PD course open: Program Details
Playing games @ summer camp
Crow's Path has been connecting people to wildness since 2010. Learn more about our pedagogy, meet our staff, and organization.
Staff in full regalia @ The Field School
Meet our team of skilled, passionate, and dedicated practitioners and educators.
Mafali playing games @ summer camp
Our board is the steady guide behind the organization, quietly supporting the organization so our mentors can focus on teaching.
Fish showing the kids how to split wood @ The Field School
The Field School (K-8th)
Summer camps (K-8th)
Vacation week camps (K-8th)
Marathon relay team (5-8th)
Middle School Overnights (6-8th)
High School Internships (9-12th)
Tracking down a barred owl @ The Field School
The ID Club with Ross, Nathan and Alex
5-day Nat History Course
Teaching trees @ Vermont's Natural Hisotry professional development course
Young leaves of a big-toothed aspen, with a mix of white pubescence and reddish pigments to protect from desiccation/sun (Urban Reserve)
Tree Identification Guides
Crayfish for science lesson plan
Crayfish of Vermont
Animal Tracks & Sign
Etymology of VT Vertebrates
A snowy day in the Green Mount Cemetary (Burlington)
Exit Glacier up to the Harding Ice Field
Evidence of glaciers in VT
Glacial Lake Vermont
Raccoons, or trash pandas, hanging out in the dumpster
Discover the wild world around you with the help of naturalist, Teage O'Connor.
Beaver hanging out on shore
Deep dives into natural history topics, from scat to symbiosis to the ecology of endurance!
Beautiful painting by Eric Brookens of Klutose in the Hardy Faraway
A collection of fictional stories and artwork inspired by Crow's Path lore, Dale the Fire Gnome and the Hardy Faraway!
Ana, summer staff, playing games @ summer camp
Join our skilled, passionate, and dedicated team of practitioners and educators.
Apprentice & intern Isaac starting a fire @ summer camp
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Producing a single size and type of spore. These develop into bisexual gametophytes.
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