Education Programs at the Reserve
Learn and have fun at the Reserve!
The Hudson River Research Reserve’s Education Department provides a variety of free education programs to school groups, families, teachers, communities, and the general public. Programs are centered around the ecology and environment of the Hudson River.
- Hudson River animals, habitats, and ecosystems
- Changes in the river from climate change, invasive species, and land use patterns
- Research on the river, including water monitoring and mapping vegetation and the river bottom
- Student-level research and stewardship projects
Different programs focus on school classes and the general public. Student education programs follow New York State Learning Standards as well as national K-12 Estuarine Education Program (KEEP). Please click on the links below to find out more about specific programs:
Reservations are required. For more information on School Field Programs at Norrie Point, please call 845-889-4745 X109 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information on all of our programs, please visit the DEC website, or check out our the DEC’s calendar of events.