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- Native Plant Propagation for the Classroom
- Members: $25 Non-members: $25
Sowing native seeds, making seed bombs, and studying local wildlife food webs are excellent tools for encouraging social and environmental responsibility by engaging students and communities in stewardship, citizen science, and advocacy.
Join master propagator and educator Heather McCargo from Wild Seed Project, and Maine Audubon professional development trainers for a 3-hour workshop for teachers and community leaders. Workshop participants will learn to sow several varieties of native seeds for no-maintenance winter propagation and will make seed bombs. We’ll also explore aligning classroom activities and student products that this work can inspire and support.
Certificates of completion indicating contact hours and scholarships are available. Please contact Beth Pauls at [email protected] to request a scholarship.
Adult Non-members: $15, Child Non-members: $10
Join us for our annual winter live animal show at Gilsland Farm Audubon Center!
Our friends at Center for Wildlife will bring furry and feathered guests to Gilsland Farm so that we can get a closer look at some of the wildlife we work to protect.
The show takes place indoors and is easily accessible for all. Our live animal shows usually sell out, so register soon. Walk-ins welcome if space remains available.
Volunteers are needed to lead nature explorations Monday through Friday for groups of all ages at the Scarborough Marsh Audubon Center. No experience is needed, just a love of nature and a desire to share it with others. We provide training in marsh ecology and leading groups.
Trainings will occur Wednesday, April 26 9:30 – noon and Thursday April 27 To register and for more information contact [email protected]