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Mass Audubon sanctuaries are beautiful places where visitors can come to understand the local impacts of climate change and how to take action. As individuals, by working in our communities, and by supporting climate policy, we can effect dramatic positive change at the community level.
We provide educational information through visitor experience, public programs, and community engagement.
With increasing investment, our wildlife sanctuaries are destinations for learning about climate change science, land stewardship techniques, personal carbon footprint reduction, incentive programs for homeowner green energy conversions and energy efficiency, and other community climate change groups such as Green Communities. Some examples:
Mass Audubon is in a unique position to reach approximately 250,000 adults and children each year throughour school, camp, and educational programs. To do this, we are: