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Fall School Programs By the Numbers

Posted by Wells Reserve Contributor | November 21, 2013

In early November, we wrapped up the last of our fall school programs here at the Reserve. The season was packed with field trips, with students from all over visiting to learn about our estuaries, plankton, water quality, forest ecology, and much more. We couldn't provide these programs without the dedication of our enthusiastic crew of volunteer docents who lead them, so thank you, thank you to all of them! Congratulations on an awesome fall.

Here's a breakdown of the season by the numbers:

18 volunteer docent naturalists gave their mornings to lead programs, contributing over 277 hours of on-site service through training and education.

10 school programs (totalling 33 hours of educational programming) reached a total of 379 K-12 students and 55 adults in southern Maine and New Hampshire, coming from 8 different school districts and homeschool groups.

Students investigate fishy finds in the marshStudents become landowners in a model watershed

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