For nearly ten years, Montana Audubon has provided place-based conservation education programs at the Norm Schoenthal Field Lab and 54-acre restored habitat campus along the Yellowstone River Corridor. These programs serve a critical role in connecting individuals, especially youth, to the natural world. They also are a key component of building a conservation ethic in future generations, thus growing and sustaining the policy and science work associated with the Audubon name. In 2018, our staff of naturalist educators worked with more than 20,000 participants of all ages.
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