The Wrack is the Wells Reserve blog, our collective logbook on the web.
Imagining this place as it was before European settlement, guided by an educator steeped in Wabanaki learning.
A great guided tour is always a work in progress.
Lifelong learner and Wells Reserve docent Steve Podsiadlo says volunteering is a win-win.
Among Laudholm's earliest members, and a crafts festival and education volunteer from the beginning, Rhoda Frederick is a rare gem.
The pandemic pushes a tour program to adjust, and it's a good thing.
The Wells Reserve's education program is one of 29 within the National Estuarine Research Reserve System, collectively connecting hundreds of thousands of people to estuaries each year.
A workshop about how to teach taught me about art. Block printing gave this naturalist a new way to see nature.
An exciting—and odoriferous—discovery was made during a recent education program.
The Reserve was recognized at The Wildlife Society's 25th annual conference, held in Cleveland last October.
Amanda and Cassie are eager for camps to begin!