Fall ANTS Newsletter 2019 | Montana Audubon

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Fall ANTS Newsletter 2019

This 2019-2020 school year is the biggest yet for our Audubon Naturalists in the Schools (ANTS) program, reaching 84 classrooms with year-long, place-based, standards-aligned outdoor interdisciplinary science and cultural education. The  oldest of our programs at the Center, ANTS has become fully integrated in the school experiences of nearly 2,000 elementary school students in Billings and the surrounding area.

Our fall field trip season has now come to a close — read our ANTS Fall 2019 Newsletter to learn more about what the kids have been up to.

Want to schedule a single field trip for your class? We’ve got an off-season discount going for field trips November through March. More info here.

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