Drumlin Farm Landscapes for Learning Campaign

Boy using field microscope

 
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For more than 60 years, Drumlin Farm has given schoolchildren, families, and visitors from around the region and the world opportunities to experience first-hand the wonders of nature and learn about how our food is grown. Its exhibits, programs, and activities are designed to foster lifelong curiosity in the natural world and an appreciation for the ways land, people, and wildlife are bound together.

Never has this mission been more important than it is today. Thanks to the generosity of members, foundations, and other donors, the $4.7 million Landscapes for Learning Campaign is already helping to sustain and deepen our impact through critical investments in our facilities and endowment. Yet, with more than $2 million still to raise, there remains much to be done, and we hope you will help.

Current Project 

Kids and educators with Drumlin goats

Environmental Learning Center

Our highest priority, this “green” building will support innovative and impactful educational programs at the sanctuary, in regional communities, across the state, and beyond.

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Owl in our wildlife care program
Wildlife care program owl
 
Child with walker on accessible path
Child on accessible path
 
Green Barn solar array on roof
The Green Barn
 
Opening of the New England Wildlife Explorations exhibit
NEWE exhibit

Future Project

Wildlife Care Facility

Our animal ambassadors need special care and stimulation to live healthy, long lives. This renovation project will sustain and strengthen Drumlin Farm’s distinctive wildlife outreach and education programs.

Ongoing Project

DOAR Endowment & Programs to Support Accessibility and Diversity

An ongoing priority for Drumlin Farm is the removal of obstacles to access and the enhancement our physical and programmatic resources to give people of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds opportunities to connect meaningfully to nature. Thanks to generous donors, critical investments in our programs have been made and an endowment fund devoted to supporting diversity initiatives has been established: the Drumlin Farm Outreach and Assistance Resources (DOAR) Fund.

Completed Projects

Drumlin Farm’s continued impact depends on your support and generosity. We invite you to learn more, and hope that you will want to be part of this important campaign. Tours of the sanctuary are available upon request.

For more information, please contact:

Polly Reeve
Development Director
781-259-2239
preeve@massaudubon.org

Renata Pomponi
Sanctuary Director
781-259-2201
rpomponi@massaudubon.org