COVID-19 UPDATE: The Harris Center building will be closed to visitors until further notice. Our trails and grounds remain open.
Curriculum & More
The Harris Center is excited to offer the following resources for classroom teachers, homeschool families, and parents of remote learners. Our nature journaling curriculum materials — which build literacy skills and deepen connections to the world outside our doors — blend what we’ve been doing for decades with new insights from How to Teach Nature Journaling by John Muir Laws and Emilie Lygren. Our scavenger hunts, singalongs, Go Wild blog, Harris Center Reads book lists, and other activities offer even more opportunities for fun, nature-based learning.
Nature Journaling Curriculum
Inside-Outside: Nature-Based Educators of New England trainings, curriculum, tools Outdoor Learning: A Solution for Schools position paper with real-world examples Outdoor Learning in Cold Weather position paper with real-world examples New Hampshire Environmental Educators lesson plans, grants, professional development Harris Center Reads book lists by subject
For more information on the Harris Center’s school-based environmental education programming, please contact Jenna Spear at (603) 525-3394 or by email.