June 18-26 Road Maintenance Work Ongoing in Park
During the period of June 18th - June 26th road maintenance (gravel and grading) work will be taking place in the park in various locations. Large trucks may be present on the roads and trails (some open hours and after hours). Please use caution.
Download Curriculum Database of Forest for Every Classroom units we have to lend.
Climate Change and Phenology
(Middle School and High School)
Link to a video produced by Vermont Public Television
Teacher's Guide developed by Melissa Fellows and Jennifer Stainton
A Forest Year: Soils Unit (1st grade)
Soils, Insects and Forests (3rd grade)
Forest Forays: Exploring the Pieces, Patterns and Processes of Barnard Brook (6th grade)
A mathematics unit created by Debra Pelkey
A Legacy of Stewardship (7th grade)
Mt Tom, From Farm to Forest: Exploring Changes in Land Use in New England (7th grade)
Our Unique Place (7th grade)
What are the Pieces, Patterns and Processes of a Natural Community? (7th & 8th grades)
An Exploration of the Natural Landscape and Agricultural History of the King Farm. (High School)
The Mercury Project (9th & 10th grades)
Creating Sculptures From Natural Materials (High School)
Dickinson, Frost, and You in Dialogue across Time and Place (10th Grade)
Nature, Art and Conservation at Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park (11th grade)
Did You Know?
As a teenager, Laurance S. Rockefeller toured Yellowstone, Grand Canyon, and Mesa Verde with Horace Albright. Later in life, Laurance would donate lands to create Virgin Islands NP and Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller NHP. He was the first conservationist to receive the Congressional Gold Medal.