Kellogg Environmental Center
The Kellogg Environmental Center is a place for teachers, students, families and community leaders to learn about and experience the natural environment.
General Public: As part of the Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection, the Kellogg Environmental Center offers workshops, exhibits, nature activities, and lectures for the general public. Through hands-on programs, families can enjoy learning about nature and the environment. Throughout the year, the Center offers special weekend programs, nature walks, and family workshops.
Art Exhibits: The Kellogg Environmental Center and Osborne Homestead Museum offer a collection of artifacts and artist exhibits on a rotating basis. View the Calendar of Events to see upcoming programs or exhibitions. Viewing hours are the same as the Kellogg Environmental Center hours. A virtual gallery has been provided here to showcase the latest artist and their works on display. Unauthorized reproduction is prohibited.
Teachers: The Kellogg Environmental Center staff offers a variety of educator workshops on a wide selection of environmental topics. These include award-winning, national environmental curricula: Project Learning Tree, Project WILD, Project WET, Project FeederWatch, Aquatic WILD, and Food, Land and People. Environmental education workshops and student activities are correlated to the state and national curriculum standards.
Students and Youth Groups: The Kellogg Environmental Center's inquiry-based field studies cover many topics and are appropriate for students in grades four through twelve. Youth and Scout groups may also enjoy these field studies or specific badge related topics.
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Content Last Updated November 2021