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Our outdoor environmental education programs offer hands-on, nature based activities that will bring your science curriculum to life. They are designed to meet both Common Core State Standards and the New Mexico STEM Ready Standards and Benchmarks. Our programs blend scientific concepts with literacy, math, history, and inquiry to provide an educational and inspirational experience.
To learn more about our offerings, including topics, time, and pricing, check out our Environmental Education Brochure. Limited fininacial assistance is available to schools; please contact our Education staff for more details. Most program scholarships are targeted at 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade classes from Title 1 schools.
We will start scheduling for Fall programs in August 2022. Feel free to reach out then to get on our calendar!
To book a program for your students, please contact our Director of Education, Katie Weeks, at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (505) 983-4609 x 21.
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