Manada Conservancy has a dual mission of land preservation and environmental education. The Conservancy’s Education Committee organizes and provides at least four education programs annually: typically two in the spring, one youth-focused program in late summer, and one in the fall. These programs are free and open to the public. Program topics vary greatly from native plant focused talks to those addressing natural history, land preservation, conservation and wildlife, to name a few. Some recent favorites include a talk given by Ian Stewart of the Delaware Nature Society titled “Creating Wildlife Habitat” and “Conservation and Health: A Vital Relationship” with Dr. Rich Zaino, one of Manada Conservancy’s founders.
Kids’ Birding Activity Do you like to hear birds sing or watch them fly? Download these activity pages to learn more about birds and their habitat.
Kids’ Animal Activity Be a detective and help us on a mission to find evidence of animal life! Take these activity pages with you on your next outdoor adventure then share with us what you find.
Please check our calendar of events for upcoming programs.
Each spring, Manada Conservancy presents environmental achievement awards to selected seniors from local high schools who have demonstrated a strong commitment to preserving the environment. We also offer internships to college students and others interested in learning more about the workings of a local land trust.
If you or your business would be interested in sponsoring an education program, internship or environmental award, please contact us. Sponsorships help to cover speaking fees, printing, awards, and other expenses associated with providing these opportunities to the community.