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Nature-Based Education

The Cornell Cooperative Extension of Broome County is proud of our strong history in providing immersive educational experiences for Broome County residents. Nature education offers a wide variety of opportunities for all ages to get involved and learn about the natural world around us. 

Nature education programs for students include in-school programs, field trips, and on-site visits where students will get hands on experience learning about a variety of topics ranging from ecology, life cycles, conservation, and local land history through the lens of our local plants, animals, and natural resources. Check out our pages below for more specifics about each type of program and to submit a program inquiry for your school/student-based group.

Nature education also offers a multitude of opportunities for all community members including guided walks/tours, hands-on workshops, lecture-style presentations, and one-off series which highlight our local habitats and species. See our Community Nature Education page below to register for open community programs or to inquire about a program for your community organization. 


Cam Winzinger
Nature/RootED Educator
(607) 584-5001

Last updated April 12, 2024