Welcome All Educators!

Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park's strong partnerships with education professionals are critical to the success of its commitment to "Explore innovative approaches to place-based stewardship education." To strengthen this commitment, we have become part of the Park for Every Classroom program.


NPS Junior Rangers

"Every Kid in a Park" 4th Graders & families free

Starting this Sept all 4th-Graders in the U.S. will get a one-year pass for free admission to all National Parks (for themselves and their families).

Read More
Teachers -- learn to

A Forest for Every Classroom 2015/2016 Application

Across habitats & through the seasons, learn to "read" -and teach in- the landscapes of VT from some of the best education & NR professionals in VT

Read More
Student Video on Stewardship in French

Living Language Program Inspires French Video

Innovative partnership between MAC Language teachers & Park staff connects advanced students to Park's stewardship stories in their studied languages.

Read More
55 second graders from Woodstock, Stockbridge and Killington Elementary Schools

Super Junior Rangers!

2nd graders from Woodstock, Stockbridge and Killington Schools visit the park culminating their year-long efforts to become good stewards of the land.

Read More
Students with Teacher at park

Park for Every Classroom

Through Park for Every Classroom, the park offers a full spectrum of opportunities for teachers to work with resource specialists. See the new report!

Read More
Forest for Every Classroom Program

A Forest for Every Classroom

The park's primary means for developing and supporting long-term, educator partnerships is via the award-winning A Forest for Every Classroom program

Read More
Teachers share stories about their place-base learning adventures

Teacher & Student Blog!

Welcome to the Teacher & Student Blog! A place for teachers and students to share stories about their place-based learning adventures.

Read More