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Massachusetts Audubon offers natural history programs for all ages at our sanctuaries statewide throughout the year. For teacher training in salt marsh science offered by Massachusetts Audubon Society, contact:
Elizabeth B. Duff, Coastal Educator/Education Coordinator
Massachusetts Audubon Society
346 Grapevine Rd.
Wenham, MA 01984
Project WET is a nonprofit water education program for educators and students in grades K-12. The goal of project WET is to facilitate and promote awareness, appreciation, and stewardship of water resources through the development and dissemination of classroom-ready teaching aids. Many Massachusetts Audubon Society educators are trained to provide Project WET workshops. If you are interested in this workshop, contact Jim Lafley at 413-323-7221.
Other teacher workshops are offered by the Essex County Greenbelt Association's Cox Reservation. For more information, call 978-768-7241.
For other upcoming local programs as well as events being offered at the Society's other sanctuaries statewide, click on the following: