We have over a decade of experience working directly with teachers and educators from Vermont public schools, non-profits, private schools and other groups to train educators on how to forge meaningful connections to the natural world and then facilitate this for their students. Our trainings cover a wide range of science, natural history, primitive skills, awareness, and nature connection topics, including:
tree ID | bird language | amphibians | tracking | citizen science
online mapping tools | digital photography | landscape interpretation
nature awareness and observation | archery | basket weaving | wild edibles
Need CE credits? Looking for courses on Natural History, Nature Connection, and Ecology geared specifically towards teachers? We’ve got you covered with our professional development opportunities. Learn from expert naturalists and educators and discover ways of using the outdoors as a classroom resource.
In-service Training + Workshops
Looking to deepen your scientific content knowledge in natural history and ecology? We offer public workshops throughout the year on primitive skills, nature awareness, natural history and ecology. We also custom tailor in-service trainings and workshops – from 1 hour or 1 week – to meet your organization’s needs.
Our expert staff will work directly with your students (K-12), guiding their exploration of the natural world through story, hands-on activities, and focused exploration. These programs are perfect whether for digging into mammal skulls, implementing long term crayfish monitoring programs, or looking for evidence of glaciers on your campus! Read on for more possibilities.