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Conservation Teacher of the Year 2022, Jocelyn Chin, standing with David O'Neill, President of Mass Audubon

Oak Knoll Wildlife Sanctuary

Mass Audubon recently honored educators from New Bedford and Attleboro as 2022 Conservation Teachers of the Year. The awards, which come with $1,000 gifts to be used to support the teachers’ programs, were presented at Mass Audubon’s Annual Meeting, which took place at the Museum of Science in Boston on Wednesday, November 2.

Looking up through the tree canopy at Attleboro Springs

Oak Knoll Wildlife Sanctuary

The mission is to create a long-range, strategic, and ambitious Environmental Master Plan (EMP) for the City of Attleboro and to encourage extensive, equitable, and inclusive community participation in its future evolution and execution.

Children and educators putting their hands together in a huddle

Oak Knoll Wildlife Sanctuary

Oak Knoll Naturalists and groups of Homeschool students Each class is 2.5 hours in length and meets in small groups, with other students of similar age, all while learning science outside in nature at the Wildlife Sanctuary.

A small group gathered around a table

Oak Knoll Wildlife Sanctuary

This past June was packed with celebrations of pride. Mass Audubon was able to take part in this celebration through tabling at New Bedford’s AHA pride night and Plymouth Pride, as well as host a Pride Hike at Tidmarsh Wildlife Sanctuary (in partnership with Plymouth Pride), and a Pride get-together at Oak Knoll Wildlife Sanctuary.

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