COVID-19 News

Outdoor Learning in Cold Weather: Keep Moving Through Winter & COVID-19

Harris Center teacher-naturalists are working with educators from New Hampshire, Maine, and Vermont to advocate for teaching outside as much as possible, and to offer examples for how this might work in the cold months.

Taking Teaching Outside

In preparation for the start of this extraordinary school year, Harris Center teacher-naturalists recently held workshops for 300 local classroom teachers. The goal: to help them take their teaching outside, where virus transmission rates are much lower.

Outdoor Learning: A Solution for Schools During COVID-19

As our communities plan for the reopening of schools, Harris Center teacher-naturalists are working with educators from New Hampshire, Vermont, and Maine to advocate for teaching outside as much as possible, and to offer examples for how this might work.

Harris Center Outings in the Age of COVID-19

Starting in mid-June, the Harris Center will begin to offer some in-person, outdoor events. Here are the precautions we’re following — and asking you to follow — to keep our community safe.

How to Hike Responsibly in the Age of COVID-19

Our trails remain open, but extra precautions are required. Here’s how to keep yourself, and others, safe on the trail in the age of COVID-19.

What We’re Doing in Response to COVID-19

The Harris Center is keeping a close watch on COVID-19 developments. Here’s what we’re doing to keep our community healthy.

Salamander Season in the Age of COVID-19

Our Salamander Crossing Brigade program will be running a little differently this spring. Here’s what you need to know.

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