One of the roles of the Schoodic Education and Research Center is to expand the scope and effectiveness of research within Acadia National Park and the National Park System. Acadia has an extensive history of natural and cultural resource research and currently supports an active and multidisciplinary program.
The National Park System offers a variety of research support opportunities, including grant funding; reduced-cost housing and work space on an availability basis; and access to an extensive natural resource library, along with an online annotated natural resource bibliography, covering over 80 years of research efforts in Acadia National Park.
To learn more, visit Acadia's Science & Research page and Schoodic Institute's Resources for Research page.
Last updated: January 4, 2017