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Museum Education programs use Live Animals, Outdoor Exploration, Artifacts, Audio Visual Components and Hands on Activities to bring Science and the Nature of Vermont alive!  Serving varied groups throughout Vermont and into the adjacent regions of New York, New Hampshire and Massachusetts, Museum programs see tens of thousands of people each year.  We strive to exceed your expectations and educational goals with fun and interactive programs.  For schools, we incorporate Next Generation Science Standards and Teaching Best Practices into all of our programming.

Contact us HERE to schedule a program or with program questions.

"...I do not know the words to say, because it was so amazing."

- Jason, 3rd Grade


A curriculum focused program series.  Schools, Libraries, Private Education groups and others interested in hands-on inquiry-based science.

Museum staff can bring programs to you.  Small group to auditorium-format presentations are available on a wide variety of subjects, indoors and out!


The Museum's extensive natural history collection and the adjacent preserve provide a wide-range of topic-specific programming for your group.


Contact Museum Managing Director

Michael Clough to schedule a program!

In an effort to keep connected with our friends and patrons in this time of Physical Distancing we are offering remote programming via the platform of your choice.  If you would like to sponsor a public livestream or schedule a private remote program contact us!  We are also able to offer most of our programming at your outdoor location.  Contact us to learn more or schedule a program.

Museum program income is a significant part of covering our operating costs.  Thank you for your continued support.

Here is a series of fun educational videos created for distance learning. Find out about owls, hawks, turtles, and more!

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