Environmental education is more than a list of facts about trees, fish, and insects — it’s a way of getting comfortable in our natural community and exploring the ways that we and all our neighbors depend on one another.

 

Cable Natural History Museum Environmental Education:

 

Here’s what some participants have to say about Museum education programs:

“Even if you die, it’s still a good game,” said a second grader from Drummond Elementary School after playing a predator-prey game.

“I had a fun time with you when we made a spider’s web and you talked with us about bats. I really hope you come back soon!” said a second grader from Marengo Valley school in Sanborn.

“If I got to grade you, you would get an A-plus!” added a fourth grader from Lake Superior Intermediate School in Ashland.