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Coming October & November, 2016. Join the adventure!Lynn Kaluzienski, PhD student at the University of Maine in the Department of Earth and Climate Sciences and Climate Change Institute, is researching the McMurdo Shear Zone in Antarctica and you can follow her research.
The Hurricane Island Center for Science and Leadership provides extraordinary opportunities to discover what it takes to make a difference in the world - as students, scientists, citizens, and leaders!Hands-on 1-2 week summer programs invite students to immerse themselves in the natural world, challenging them to explore and ask questions like trained naturalists in marine and terrestrial ecosystems.
Maine's Natural History Museum!Do you love historic museums filled with wonders? Or perhaps you want to learn to catch frogs or observe the moon at a special event? The L.C. Bates Museum in Hinckley (between Skowhegan and Farifield), Maine's natural history museum, is the place to do this and more!
Seminars and Community ProgramsEagle Hill is a marvelous place for learning about natural history, ecological topics, and astronomy. It is located on the Dyer Point peninsula between Schoodic Point section of Acadia National Park and Petit Manan National Wildlife Refuge. They offer year-round community lectures, Saturday astronomy classes, and week-long natural history and ecological restoration seminars.