Education and Outreach
Heritage Conservancy offers speaking engagements and various educational public programs throughout the year for groups, including municipal officials and schools. To learn more, call us at 215-345-7020.
We are often asked to speak before a variety of groups at the national, state and local level about our areas of expertise on environmental issues and conservation projects. If you are looking for a speaker, contact us to discuss your specific topic and event need.
Programs for Schools
Heritage Conservancy offers “Learning Beyond the Classroom” activities, which are educational opportunities that can supplement a teacher or school’s in-class curriculum. Heritage Conservancy hosts field trips to preserved properties as well as in-school presentations. We can work with your school to supplement curriculum learning through a broad variety of topic offerings.
As well as these outreach opportunities, we offer a comprehensive set of teaching materials in support of wetlands education in the classroom featuring one of our Lasting Landscapes® areas, the Quakertown Swamp. Materials include handouts and a PowerPoint presentation that highlight the swamp as an example of a vital ecosystem in our region.
At Home With Nature
While many students are learning through hybrid or at-home school models at this time, we want to provide opportunities to educate and connect! Our At Home With Nature virtual series provides videos and activities for supplemental learning. Click HERE to view the list of offerings.
To learn more about any of these educational or field trip opportunities, call us at 215-345-7020.