Learn about our Natural World with Explore Outdoors!
in 2017, we have partnered with the Great Pond Mountain Conservation
Trust to bring nature-based programming to the students and families of
Hancock county. Throughout the year, our education coordinator works
with school classes, after-school groups, libraries, and other local
organizations to teach youth about the importance of a healthy
environment and inspire children about the outdoors.
At this time, much of Explore Outdoors! programming has transitioned to
online learning. For more information on nature-based activities, visit
the Explore Outdoors website and Facebook page:
DEA sponsors programs with live owls from Birdsacre. Grayson Richmond travels with his owl ambassadors to local schools and other community gatherings where they engage audiences as Grayson talks about the owls in Maine and their conservation.
Chewonki Traveling Natural History Programs
DEA sponsors visits to local schools, libraries and other public venues by Chewonki’s Traveling Natural History Program. Programs range from “The Batmobile” featuring a live big brown bat to “Tidepools”, “Fur, Feathers and Feet” and “Mammals of Maine”.