Guided walk in Shirley with Marion Stoddart

Environmental Education Programs for Adults

The best decisions are made by well-informed decision-makers. Our education programs for adults seek to provide the most current science presented by leaders in the fields of natural resource protection, land management and stewardship, land use planning, wildlife biology, eco-friendly landscaping, and other fields relevant to our mission. We also offer general interest presentations by notable authors, local historians, arrange for screenings of relevant documentary films, and lead guided walks and birding trips. These programs are generally free and open to the public. We also present professional workshops for foresters, planners, and teachers.

Our adult education programs offer solid science, reliable presenters, and an opportunity for conversation with a community of well-intended individuals, and we believe that will lead to good choices about ways to protect our natural resources today and into the future.

We hope you’ll join us at one of our upcoming programs, and be sure to sign-up for NRWA Enews to receive our monthly enewsletter with the latest on NRWA’s work and advance notice of programs and events.

For questions about programs for adults, please contact Pam Gilfillan, NRWA Development Associate, at (978) 448-0299, or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.