its inception, Saw Mill River Audubon has had a strong focus on
environmental education. Each year, we bring our school-based
education programs to thousands of local kindergarten through college
students and offer free natural history programs and field trips
to adults and families.
Mill River Audubon recognizes that environmental education is
the basis for improving and sustaining environmental quality.
education programs focus on local habitats while making natural
connections to regional, state, national, and international issues.
Our goal is to encourage students of all ages to move from awareness
to understanding and from appreciation to action.
awareness of the natural world
is the first step for caring about it.
members make it happen
Because of the financial support of our members, we
offer an annual calendar of free public programs and
charge $75/program for our classroom presentations and
$85/group for sanctuary tours for schools and community groups.
fee is well below our cost and these programs are also offered
on a sliding scale.
Schools and groups pay as they are
able. No group is ever turned away because of inability
find out more about our environmental education outreach, please
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[Summer Scholarships for Teachers
note that our classroom presentations and sanctuary tours have
a limited availability. You are encouraged to schedule as far
in advance as possible to assure the dates and times of your choice.
Scheduling begins in August 1 for the following school year.
are invited to come to our free public programs and field trips,
visit our sanctuaries and add your voice to ours to protect the
natural world. Come, meet us and see, in person, what we do!
also invite you to consider joining us as a member.
can join Audubon online today
and be billed later for membership.