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Education and Outreach

People from the watershed community, who created our Conservation Strategy, told us it is important to educate and we need to work together to create awareness and take positive action to protect water, soil, and living things. 

Conservation educators provide quality programs including curriculum-based Conservation Education Programs for Schools, Summer Nature Day Camps, and Youth and Community Programs

All of Ausable Bayfield Conservation's staff and departments are involved in education and outreach.

Staff from Healthy Watersheds are working with local watersheds to develop and implement local watershed plans.

Ausable Bayfield is working with volunteer citizen scientists, members of the Volunteer Rain Gauge Network, and local community groups and volunteers

Click this link for our staff contacts page: