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The Connecticut Audubon Society Wins EPA Grant to Make Climate Change Education Part of Everyday Programs

BirdingNovember 24, 2015 – The Connecticut Audubon Society along with with Massachusetts Audubon and the Audubon Society of Rhode Island have been awarded a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency grant to collaborate on an education initiative, called Building Climate Action Communities, designed to make climate change science a routine part of outdoor nature programs.

Climate change is already an important component of Connecticut Audubon’s award-winning Science in Nature school education program. The grant, for $69,632 divided among the three Audubon Societies, will help staff educators incorporate climate change science into their regular schedule of nature walks and programs for the general public. The Connecticut Audubon Society will implement the program at its Center at Fairfield and Center at Glastonbury.

The Connecticut Audubon Society, Massachusetts Audubon and the Audubon Society of Rhode Island are among the original environmental organizations in the country, with strong connections to their local communities and rich histories of environmental conservation and stewardship. All three are independent of and do not receive support or funding from the National Audubon Society. Read more …


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