The Wrack is the Wells Reserve blog, our collective logbook on the web.
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!
Terms like "watershed" and "estuary" are part of our daily lexicon, but have had no equivalents in American Sign Language. To encourage STEM learning in New England’s deaf community, we and our partners are introducing new terms and teaching tools.
The summer camp season was a huge success, with glowing evaluations from participating families.