Collaborators:

"e" inc

Email
sternpert@yahoo.com
Phone
617-242-4700
Website
http://www.e-action.us

The “e” inc. mission is to make certain that every child and caregiver in the Commonwealth becomes a science-literate conservation citizen for life. To accomplish this, we bring a model of hands-on science on being, biomes, resources, and systems paired with civic engagement [training and] tasks to every site we serve. Our outcome must always be science-skilled children and adults able to make a positive difference for the planet. We focus our work on urban populations who would otherwise be under-served in both the sciences and in civic engagement opportunities and who are the most vulnerable to the forces of environment degradation. In addition, we teach deep respect for all beings who are at risk of extinction in our time.

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Alliance for Climate Education

Email
rouwenna.lamm@climateeducation.org
Phone
6178163288
Website
http://www.acespace.org

Through education and leadership development, ACE is building a generation of diverse, confident and capable youth who will drive lasting climate solutions now and throughout their lives.

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American Textile History Museum

Email
dunger@athm.org
Phone
978-441-0400
Website
http://athm.org

Telling America's story through the art, history, and science of textiles.

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Amoskeag Fishways Learning and Visitors Center

Email
hdalbeck@nhaudubon.org
Phone
(603) 626-FISH (3474)
Fax
(603) 644-4386
Website
http://www.amoskeagfishways.org

The Amoskeag Fishways provides cooperative science educational programs fostering cultural and ecological stewardship of watersheds and riparian systems.

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Audubon Society of Rhode Island

Email
kswanberg@asri.org
Phone
4012457500
Fax
4012459339
Website
http://www.asri.org

The mission of the Audubon Society of Rhode Island is to protect birds, other wildlife and their habitats through conservation, education and advocacy, for the benefit of people and all living things.

Audubon Society of Rhode Island has not listed programs with us, so please contact them directly.

Berkshire Museum

Email
mbone@berkshiremuseum.org
Phone
413-443-7171
Website
http://berkshiremuseum.org

Bringing people together for experiences that spark creativity and innovative thinking by making inspiring educational connections among art, history, and natural science.

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Berkshire/Pioneer Valley STEM Network

Email
b.kotelnicki@mcla.edu
Phone
413-662-5222
Fax
413-662-5387
Website
http://www.mcla.edu/About_MCLA/area/Community-Collaborations/stempipeline/

The mission of the Berkshire/Pioneer Valley STEM Network is to collaborate, promote, and raise awareness of STEM opportunities in this region for students and educators. We work to facilitate experiences and connection in Western Massachusetts. The Region 1 Science and Engineering Fairs are a large part of this endeavor to excite and inspire the communities living here as they discover all of the ways STEM is a part of our local environment.

Berkshire/Pioneer Valley STEM Network has not listed programs with us, so please contact them directly.

Boston Nature Center

Email
bnc@massaudubon.org
Phone
6179838500
Website
http://www.massaudubon.org/learn/schools-groups

Mass Audubon works to protect the nature of Massachusetts for people and wildlife through conservation, education, and advocacy. We welcome visitors of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds to our statewide network of wildlife sanctuaries.

Boston Nature Center has not listed programs with us, so please contact them directly.

Bristol Community College

Email
ybaigbcc@gmail.com
Phone
508-678-2811 ext 2576
Website
https://sites.google.com/site/sagebcc/

The Sustainability and Green Energy (SAGE) Across the Curriculum program at Bristol Community College was created to answer the growing demand for young technicians and engineers that can lead our nation and world into sustainable patterns of energy use and construction that will be more efficient, cleaner, and drawn from sources that are abundant and renewable. In addition to restructuring BCC's Engineering technology curriculum, the program recognizes that a technical workforce cannot succeed without comprehensive educational preparation. To that end, SAGE aims to increase professional development of college, high school, and middle school faculty, outreach to students, and introduce both to SAGE education and career options. This Grant is supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant Number: 1003418. Any opinion, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the national Science Foundation.

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Buttonwood Park Zoo

Email
gail.janeczek@newbedford-ma.gov
Phone
508-991-6178
Fax
508-979-1508
Website
http://www.bpzoo.org

Buttonwood Park Zoo is a municipal 10 acre zoo in beautiful Buttonwood Park. The zoo has a North American collection including such species as bison, black bears, river otters and harbor seals. In addition, the zoo also houses two Asian elephants. Open year round, the zoo offers programming for all ages.

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Cape Cod Museum of Natural History

Email
bknoss@ccmnh.org
Phone
5088963867
Fax
5088968844
Website
http://www.ccmnh.org

The mission of the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History is to inspire appreciation, stewardship, and understanding of nature through discovery and learning.

Cape Cod Museum of Natural History has not listed programs with us, so please contact them directly.

Catch the Science Bug

Email
Kim@CatchTheScienceBug.com
Phone
508-854-1681
Website
https://www.catchthesciencebug.com

The Catch the Science Bug Foundation’s mission is to excite, engage, and empower children, especially under-represented groups like girls and minorities in science and related fields in STEM. We accomplish this mission by: 1. Teaching a variety of science and engineering programs in classrooms. Please see www.catchthesciencebug.com for more programs. 2. Giving children the opportunity to learn and do more STEM activities through the wwww.sciencebug.org website. 3. Our award-winning science series for PBS Rhode Island, "Catch the Science", which will be release as downloads later this year. The goal of Catch the Science Bug is to help all children KNOW that they too could make valuable contributions to society by utilizing STEM knowledge in private or professional life whether making the commitment to recycle to pursuing a career as an engineer or scientist!

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Christa Corrigan McAuliffe Center for Integrated Science Learning

Email
epagliuca@framingham.edu
Phone
5086264050
Fax
5086264059
Website
http://www.christa.org

The Christa Corrigan McAuliffe Center for Integrated Science Learning was established by Framingham State University, Christa’s alma mater, to honor her commitment to teaching. In creating the McAuliffe Center, the University was determined to address the increasingly critical issues of the attraction, retention and education of the best and brightest as future science teachers by honoring the vision, values, and ideas of Teacher-Astronaut Christa Corrigan McAuliffe. Today a wide range of programs draw learners of all ages to the Center, whose facilities include the FSU high definition digital planetarium, a versatile exhibit space, and an updated Challenger Learning Center. The Center’s vision is to foster a community of lifelong learners by providing innovative, integrated STEM pedagogies, practices, and programs that are accessible to all audiences. The Center’s mission is to be a leader across the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in K-16 integrated STEM learning through the sharing of resources, building of partnerships, and advancement of educational practices. Through its many affiliations and partnerships, the McAuliffe Center has rare access to a wide range of people, artifacts, and knowledge that inform every program and educational resource it develops.

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Ecotarium

Email
program@ecotarium.org
Phone
508-929-2700
Fax
508-929-2701
Website
http://www.ecotarium.org

Our Mission To inspire a passion for science and nature. The EcoTarium is a unique indoor-outdoor museum in Worcester, MA. Set in an urban oasis, the EcoTarium offers a chance to walk through the treetops, take a thrilling multimedia journey through the galaxy at a digital planetarium, meet wildlife, stroll nature trails, ride a narrow gauge railroad, and get hands-on with family-friendly exhibits.

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Flying Cloud Institute

Email
admin@flyingcloudinstitute.org
Phone
413-229-3321
Website
http://www.flyingcloudinstitute.org

The mission of Flying Cloud Institute is to inspire young people and educators through dynamic science and art experiences that ignite creativity.

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Gloucester Maritime Heritage Center Inc. (Dba Maritime Gloucester)

Email
mktaylor@maritimegloucester.org
Phone
978-281-0470
Website
http://www.maritimegloucester.org

The mission of Maritime Gloucester is to inspire students and visitors to value marine science, maritime heritage and environmental stewardship through hands-on education and experiences.

Gloucester Maritime Heritage Center Inc. (Dba Maritime Gloucester) has not listed programs with us, so please contact them directly.

Hancock Shaker Village

Email
tburdick@hancockshakervillage.org
Phone
413-443-0188
Fax
413-447-9357
Website
http://www.hancockshakervillage.org

To bring the Shaker story to life, and preserve it for future generations

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Harvard Forest Schoolyard Ecology

Email
psnow@fas.harvard.edu
Phone
978-724-3302
Website
http://harvardforest.fas.harvard.edu/schoolyard-lter-program

In the Harvard Forest Schoolyard LTER program, teachers learn about and initiate ecology research in their classrooms and schoolyards. Students learn to collect data on natural systems in their own schoolyard that are connected to important long-term ecological issues and processes. Student data are then shared on the Harvard Forest website.

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Harvard Museum of Natural History

Email
jpeterson@oeb.harvard.edu
Phone
6174952341
Website
http://www.hmnh.harvard.edu/

The mission of the Harvard Museums of Science and Culture (HMSC) is to foster curiosity and a spirit of discovery in visitors of all ages, enhancing public understanding of and appreciation for the natural world, science, and human cultures. HMSC works in concert with Harvard faculty, museum curators, and students, as well as with members of the extended Harvard community to provide interdisciplinary exhibitions, events, lectures, and educational programs for students, teachers, and the general public. HMSC will draw primarily upon the extensive collections of the member museums and upon the research of faculty and curators.

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Hitchcock Center for the Environment

Email
colleen@hitchcockcenter.org
Phone
413-256-6006
Fax
413-253-2809
Website
http://www.hitchcockcenter.org

The Hitchcock Center for the Environment’s mission is to foster a greater awareness and understanding of our environment and to develop environmentally literate citizens.

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Housatonic Valley Association

Email
adixon@hvatoday.org
Phone
413-394-9796
Fax
413-394-9818
Website
http://www.hvatoday.org

HVA works to conserve the natural character and environmental health of our communities by protecting and restoring the lands and waters of the Housatonic River valley for this and future generations

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Learning By Design in Massachusetts Inc

Email
lbd@lbdma.org
Phone
6173914023
Website
http://www.lbdma.org

Learning By Design in Massachusetts (LBD:MA) draws on the power of architecture and design to build within each child an essential structure for learning and creating that will inform every endeavor in their lives. We bring design activities focusing on people, places and spaces into the heart of K-12 learning; enable students, teachers and architects to learn and design together; and build a strong community dedicated to K-12 architecture and design education.

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Lloyd Center for the Environment

Email
rstronach@lloydcenter.org
Phone
5089900505
Fax
5089937868
Website
http://www.lloydcenter.org

The mission of the Lloyd Center is to instill a life-long respect and affection for nature in citizens of all ages through research and education; to advance a scientific and public understanding of our coastal ecosystems and the need to protect them; and to promote a legacy of natural diversity largely in, but not restricted to, the coastal environments of southeastern New England.

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Marmalade Productions

Email
meredythbabcock@outlook.com
Phone
413 623-1070
Website
http://www.marmaladeproductions.com/

Marmalade Productions offers the skills and inspiration needed to create content rich shadow puppet performances. Performances that capture the imagination and clearly demonstrate knowledge & ingenuity.

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Mass Audubon

Email
lduff@massaububon.org
Phone
7813926507
Fax
978-922-8487
Website
http://www.massaudubon.org/saltmarsh

Mass Audubon protects more than 36,000 acres of land throughout Massachusetts, saving birds and other wildlife, and making nature accessible to all. As Massachusetts’ largest nature conservation nonprofit, our statewide network of wildlife sanctuaries located in rural and urban communities, includes 22 nature centers that welcome over half a million visitors annually. From inspiring hilltop views to breathtaking coastal landscapes, serene woods, and working farms, we believe in protecting our state’s natural treasures for wildlife and for all people – a vision shared in 1896 by our founders, two extraordinary Boston women. Today, Mass Audubon is a nationally recognized environmental education leader, offering thousands of camp, school, and adult programs that get over 225,000 kids and adults outdoors every year. With more than 125,000 members and supporters, we advocate for sound environmental policies on Beacon Hill and beyond, and work with conservation science partners to preserve the natural heritage of Massachusetts for this and future generations. We welcome you to explore a nearby sanctuary, find inspiration, and get involved, at massaudubon.org.

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Mass Audubon works to protect the nature of Massachusetts for people and wildlife. Together with more than 100,000 members, we care for 35,000 acres of conservation land; provide school, camp, and other educational programs for 225,000 children and adults annually; and advocate for sound environmental policies at local, state, and federal levels. Founded in 1896 by two inspirational women who were committed to the protection of birds, Mass Audubon is now one of the largest and most prominent conservation organizations in New England. Today we are respected for our sound science, successful advocacy, and innovative approaches to connecting people and nature. Each year, our statewide network of wildlife sanctuaries welcomes nearly half a million visitors of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds and serves as the base for our work.

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Mass Audubon Berkshire Wildlife Sanctuaries

Email
gtraser@massaudubon.org
Phone
413 637-0320
Fax
413 637-0499
Website
http://www.massaudubon.org/education

Mass Audubon works to protect the nature of Massachusetts for people and wildlife through conservation, education, and advocacy. We welcome visitors of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds to our statewide network of wildlife sanctuaries. Berkshire Sanctuaries offers school programs in school, in the community, and on the sanctuary. We work with teachers to craft experiences that are aligned with learning standards, and focus on habitats, plants and animals that are easily accessible to a child in their neighborhood.

Mass Audubon Berkshire Wildlife Sanctuaries has not listed programs with us, so please contact them directly.

Mass Audubon Endicott Wildlife Sanctuary

Email
lduff@massaudubon.org
Phone
978-927-1122
Fax
978-922-8487
Website
http://www.massaudubon.org/get-outdoors/wildlife-sanctuaries/endicott/education-programs/schools

To protect the nature of Massachusetts for people and for wildlife.

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Mass Audubon's Blue Hills Trailside Museum

Email
pellis@massaudubon.org
Phone
617-333-0690
Website
http://www.massaudubon.org/education

Mass Audubon works to protect the nature of Massachusetts for people and wildlife through conservation, education, and advocacy. We welcome visitors of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds to our statewide network of wildlife sanctuaries. The Blue Hills Trailside Museum in Milton offers standards-based educational programs at your site or our for Grades Pre-K to 8. Many of the museum's programs feature live wildlife native to Massachusetts. These animals are permanently disabled and would be unable to survive without human care.

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Mass Audubon's Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary

Email
broadmoorschool@massaudubon.org
Phone
508-655-2296
Website
http://www.massaudubon.org/broadmoor-school

Mass Audubon works to protect the nature of Massachusetts for people and wildlife through conservation, education, and advocacy. We welcome visitors of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds to our statewide network of wildlife sanctuaries. Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary's school programs are designed to develop students’ curiosity about nature into appreciation for their local environment. Each program is aligned with the Massachusetts Department of Education frameworks with strands in Life Science, Earth Science, History, and/or Geography. Whether the program takes place at your site or ours, we will work with you to develop a curriculum that meets your needs and the frameworks.

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Mass Audubon's Drumlin Farm

Email
mbrodie@massaudubon.org
Phone
781-259-2220
Website
http://www.massaudubon.org/education

Mass Audubon works to protect the nature of Massachusetts for people and wildlife through conservation, education, and advocacy. We welcome visitors of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds to our statewide network of wildlife sanctuaries. Drumlin Farm is a 232-acre wildlife sanctuary and working farm located in Lincoln, Massachusetts. The sanctuary features an array of natural habitats, including fields, shrublands, woodland, and wetlands. At the heart of the sanctuary is a working farm with both livestock and crops operations. A well maintained trail system, displays of native wildlife, and interactive features allow visitors and students to experience nature and explore sustainable farming. Drumlin Farm’s education staff is committed to an inquiry-based integrated teaching approach, customized to meet your curricular needs and the needs of your students.

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Mass Audubon's Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary

Email
cbrauer@massaudubon.org
Phone
978-887-9264
Website
http://www.massaudubon.org/get-outdoors/wildlife-sanctuaries/ipswich-river

Mass Audubon works to protect the nature of Massachusetts for people and wildlife through conservation, education, and advocacy. We welcome visitors of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds to our statewide network of wildlife sanctuaries. Under the guidance of our education staff and field teachers, students investigate, explore, and marvel at the wonders of the natural world, while gaining valuable knowledge in the life and earth sciences. Each program is inquiry-based and aligned with the Massachusetts Department of Education frameworks with strands in Life Science, Earth Science, History, and/or Geography. Math learning standards are included in many programs. Whether the program takes place at your site or ours, we will work with you to develop a curriculum that meets your needs and the frameworks.

Mass Audubon's Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary has not listed programs with us, so please contact them directly.

Mass Audubon's Moose Hill Wildlife Sanctuary

Email
moosehilledu@massaudubon.org
Phone
781-784-5691
Fax
781-784-9153
Website
http://www.massaudubon.org/moosehill

Mass Audubon works to protect the nature of Massachusetts for people and wildlife. Together with more than 100,000 members, we care for 35,000 acres of conservation land, provide school, camp, and other educational programs for 225,000 children and adults annually, and advocate for sound environmental policies at local, state, and federal levels. Founded in 1896 by two inspirational women who were committed to the protection of birds, Mass Audubon is now one of the largest and most prominent conservation organizations in New England. Today we are respected for our sound science, successful advocacy, and innovative approaches to connecting people and nature. Each year, our statewide network of wildlife sanctuaries welcomes nearly half a million visitors of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds and serves as the base for our work. To support these important efforts, call 800-AUDUBON (800-283-8266) or visit www.massaudubon.org.

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Mass Audubon's North River Wildlife Sanctuary

Email
aquist@massaudubon.org
Phone
781-837-9400
Website
http://www.massaudubon.org/education

Mass Audubon works to protect the nature of Massachusetts for people and wildlife through conservation, education, and advocacy. We welcome visitors of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds to our statewide network of wildlife sanctuaries. Our North River Wildlife Sanctuary in Marshfield offers educational opportunities at your site or ours in any season for Grades Pre-K to 5. Programs support the Massachusetts Department of Education frameworks with strands in Life Science, Earth Science, History, and/or Geography.

Mass Audubon's North River Wildlife Sanctuary has not listed programs with us, so please contact them directly.

Mass Audubon's Wachusett Meadow Wildlife Sanctuary

Email
ksteinmetz@massaudubon.org
Phone
978-464-2712
Website
http://www.massaudubon.org/education

Mass Audubon works to protect the nature of Massachusetts for people and wildlife through conservation, education, and advocacy. We welcome visitors of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds to our statewide network of wildlife sanctuaries. With over 1000 acres and twelve miles of trails, Mass Audubon's Wachusett Meadow Wildlife Sanctuary in Princeton, Massachusetts offers interactive and engaging science- and nature-based programs for schools and groups, ages preschool through adult. School programs are aligned with the Massachusetts Department of Education frameworks. At our site or yours, we will work with you to develop programs that meet your needs.

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MIT Museum

Email
brindha@mit.edu
Phone
617.253.5927
Website
http://web.mit.edu/museum/

The mission of the MIT Museum is to engage the wider community with MIT's science, technology and other areas of scholarship in ways that will best serve the nation and the world.

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Museum Institute for Teaching Science

Email
mits@mits.org
Phone
617-328-1515
Fax
617-328-1516
Website
http://www.mits.org

MITS is a non-profit Massachusetts based organization providing, high quality professional development for K-12 teachers and informal educators. Through collaborations with over 100 museums, aquaria, nature centers, and other non-profit science education organizations, MITS’ educator workshops and programs increase awareness of, and to improve the quality of teaching inquiry-based, minds-on, hands-on STEM education. By providing teachers with the knowledge, skills and resources to provide effective STEM instruction, MITS’ programs increase student interest and achievement in science, technology and engineering.

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Nashua River Watershed Association

Email
MaryM@NashuaRiverWatershed.org
Phone
978-448-0299
Website
http://www.NashuaRiverWatershed.org

The mission of the Nashua River Watershed Association is to work for a healthy ecosystem with clean water and open spaces for human and wildlife communities, where people work together to sustain mutual economic and environmental well-being in the Nashua River watershed.

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National Marine Life Center

Email
kzagzebski@nmlc.org
Phone
508-743-9888
Fax
508-759-5477
Website
http://www.nmlc.org

The National Marine Life Center is an independent, non-profit marine animal hospital and science and education center. We rehabilitate and release stranded marine mammals and sea turtles in order to advance science and education in marine wildlife health and conservation.

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New Bedford Whaling Museum

Email
education@whalingmuseum.org
Phone
5089970046
Website
http://www.whalingmuseum.org

The mission of the Old Dartmouth Historical Society - New Bedford Whaling Museum is to educate and interest all the public in the historical interaction of humans with whales worldwide; in the history of Old Dartmouth and adjacent communities; and in regional maritime activities.

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New England Aquarium

Email
nscola@neaq.org
Phone
6179736590
Website
http://www.neaq.org

The New England Aquarium combines education, entertainment and action to address the most challenging problems facing the oceans. We aim to create a new generation of ocean stewards, while providing regional, national and global leadership in marine conservation. The New England Aquarium is the only Boston-based cultural institution with a mission focused primarily on the environment, promoting the importance of protecting the blue planet through innovative exhibits and educational programs.

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New England Wild Flower Society

Email
jpederson@newenglandwild.org
Phone
508-877-7630
Website
http://www.newenglandwild.org

Conserving and promoting New England’s native plants to ensure healthy, biologically diverse landscapes.

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Northeastern University Center for STEM Education

Email
c.duggan@neu.edu
Phone
617373-8380
Fax
617373-7084
Website
http://www.stem.neu.edu

The Center for STEM Education at Northeastern University seeks to build and support a community of educators, researchers, and students, with the collective goal of strengthening the K-20 STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) educational pipeline in Greater Boston and across the nation.

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Northeastern University Marine Science Center

Email
mscoutreach@gmail.com
Phone
(781) 581-7370
Fax
(781) 581-6706
Website
http://www.northeastern.edu/marinescience/

Founded in 1967, Northeastern University’s Marine Science Center is an internationally recognized research institution that focuses on near-shore coastal marine environments. The center hosts a vibrant Outreach Program which reaches over 6,000 people per year, primarily school-aged children. Primary activities include on-site field study on the rocky shore, as well as offsite programs including school visits and community event appearances with programming related to New England coastal habitats, biodiversity and conservation. Additionally, the Program works with faculty members to communicate the scope and significance of their research to the public.

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Ocean Explorium at New Bedford Seaport

Email
abrickley@oceanexplorium.org
Phone
508-994-5400
Fax
508-994-6623
Website
http://www.oceanexplorium.org

It is the mission of the Ocean Explorium to establish New Bedford as a center for ocean science public education, with an emphasis on environmental stewardship and science literacy.

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Roger Williams Park Zoo

Email
chawthorne@rwpzoo.org
Phone
401-785-3510
Fax
401-941-3988
Website
http://www.rwpzoo.org

Roger Williams Park Zoo is the ultimate living classroom and an award-winning center for environmental education. Tens of thousands of visitors engage in fun and educational programs at the Zoo each year. Our school programs are aligned with national educational benchmarks and provide supplemental environmental and science education to more than 25,000 students annually. In addition to our programming, Roger Williams Park Zoo also actively advocates for environmental and science education in Rhode Island and across the nation, helping to shape and support education legislation like the No Child Left Inside Act and Rhode Island's first Environmental Literacy Plan.

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Salem Sound Coastwatch

Email
emilyflaherty@salemsound.org
Phone
978-741-7900
Website
http://salemsound.org

Making the coastal waters and marine habitats of Salem Sound clean and safe and and inspiring the next generation of ocean enthusiasts!

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Science from Scientists, Inc.

Email
development@sciencefromscientists.org
Phone
6173147773
Website
http://sciencefromscientists.org/

Science from Scientists’ (SfS) mission is to improve the attitudes and aptitudes of 4th-8th graders in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). Our goal is to ensure our nation’s youth is competitive globally in STEM fields. Using charismatic, real scientists as instructors, SfS complements during school curricula every other week throughout the academic year with hands-on lessons informed by MCAS and other curriculum frameworks.

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The BioBuilder Educational Foundation

Email
biobuilder.melissa@gmail.com
Phone
(617) 324-0085
Website
http://biobuilder.org/

What’s the best way to solve today’s health problems? Or hunger challenges? Address climate change concerns? Or keep the environment cleaner? These are big questions. And everyone can be part of the solutions. Everyone. Middle school students, teens, high school teachers. At BioBuilder, we teach problem solving. We bring current science to the classroom. We engage our students to become real scientists — the problem solvers who will change the world. At BioBuilder, we empower educators to be agents of educational reform by reconnecting teachers all across the country with their love of teaching and their own love of learning. Synthetic biology programs living cells to tackle today’s challenges. Biofuels, safer foods, anti-malarial drugs, less toxic cancer treatment, biodegradable adhesives — all fuel young students’ imaginations. At BioBuilder, we empower students to tackle these big questions. BioBuilder’s curricula and teacher training capitalize on students’ need to know, to explore and to be part of solving real world problems. Developed by an award winning team out of MIT, BioBuilder is taught in schools across the country and supported by thought leaders in the STEM community.

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The Discovery Museums

Email
jfoster@discoverymuseums.org
Phone
978-264-4200
Fax
978-264-0210
Website
http://www.discoverymuseums.org

The Discovery Museums inspire enduring curiosity and love of learning through interactive discovery, hands-on inquiry and scientific investigation.

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Thornton W. Burgess Society

Email
mary.beers@thorntonburgess.org
Phone
508-888-6870
Fax
508-1919
Website
http://www.thorntonburgess.org

Founded in 1976, The Thornton W. Burgess Society is a non-profit educational organization chartered to carry on the pioneering work of author-naturalist Thornton Burgess (1874-1965) "to inspire reverence for wildlife and concern for the natural environment."

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Tsongas Industrial History Center

Email
tihc@uml.edu
Phone
978-970-5000
Website
http://www.uml.edu/tsongas

We offer unique field-trip programs and teacher workshops that incorporate hands-on activities and the authentic resources of Lowell National Historical Park. Our interdisciplinary approach brings history and science to life for students and teachers. We present education programs in classrooms, too!

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Westport River Watershed Alliance

Email
wep@wrwa.com
Phone
508-636-3016
Fax
508-636-8884
Website
http://www.westportwatershed.org

The goals of the Westport River Watershed Alliance are to: •promote the environmental integrity of the watershed and its coastal environs. •to advocate the wise use and preservation of natural resources in the watershed for the aesthetic, recreational, and economic benefit of the citizens of the area. •to educate the general public about the interrelationship of our waters, soils, plants, animals, and people.

Westport River Watershed Alliance has not listed programs with us, so please contact them directly.

Worcester County Horticultural Society

Email
apilch@towerhillbg.org
Phone
508-869-6111
Fax
508-869-0314
Website
http://www.towerhillbg.org/

The Worcester County Horticultural Society exists as an educational organization "for the purpose of advancing the science and encouraging and improving the practice of horticulture."

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Zoo New England

Email
moneil@zoonewengland.com
Phone
6179892683
Website
http://www.zoonewengland.org

Zoo New England's mission is to inspire people to protect and sustain the natural world for future generations by creating fun and engaging experiences that integrate wildlife and conservation programs, research, and education.

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