The sanctuary is located at what was the border between the Wampanoag and Massachusetts tribes. During this program students will experience various aspects of local tribal life--
Our stations that you can choose from are the following:
Food, Shelter (Wetu), Art, Games, Awareness, Hunting, and Tools. This field trip program can be held partially indoors if the day is cold or damp. When performed at your school we bring a model of a wetu as well as all of the other supplies.
Significant savings are offered when you select a second program to create a full-day of hands-on learning at Moose Hill. This program combines well with Habitat Hunt, Settling New England or Maple Sugaring (in March). Because of our large trail system and full-day option, we can serve up to 130 students for many programs. We provide a ratio of one Moose Hill teacher-naturalist to 12 to 14 students.
This 2-hour program may be combined with another program to create a full-day of hands-on learning. Full day programs are offered at a significant savings. Full day rates start at $14 per student and depend upon the programs selected. We provide a ratio of one Moose Hill teacher naturalist per 12 to 14 students. We can serve up to 130 students for full day programs. If you want to do this program in June, the rate is $15 per student. One adults (teacher or chaperone) are not charged. The minimum fee is based on 10 participants per Moose Hill teacher naturalist scheduled for your program. Contact the Moose Hill education coordinator to learn more and to schedule your program. The cost for this program goes up after June 1 to $14 a student for the 2 hour program.