What is Natureology?
two decades of experience leading and developing environmental
education and conservation programs, Maureen Stine’s approach to
multisensory nature exploration is interactive and dynamic. She
excels at ‘speaking the language of the student’, building alliances
and understanding between the classroom and the appreciation of the
Programs are specially developed and designed to meet the
educational needs of elementary, middle school, high school and
college level students. Programs are also offered for scouts,
campers in municipal, state, and federal parks, and forests,
campgrounds, and other public and private camp settings. We offer
programs for private parties or groups as well.
We offer a ‘living laboratory’ for teachers and students within the confines of 40 acres of pristine, rustic land in Northern Cheboygan County adjacent to the University of Michigan Biological Station near Douglas Lake. The property boasts lowland coniferous stands with a flowing stream, and upland hardwoods. Ample opportunities exist for wildlife observation and research. Programs take place at this location, or at your school, community center, on state or federally owned land, or in your own backyard. Because each program is tailored to fit your needs, each program setting is decided upon by you.
How do I reserve a program?
All programs and activities are custom designed and affordable to meet your learning needs. After reviewing the program selections, please contact us at: 231-838-4913 or through email at: firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your students learning needs and tailor a plan to suit your classroom budget.
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