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Pirates of Lake Memphremagog Camp

By |July 31st, 2016|

For our first ever Pirate camp, ten aspiring pirates piled into our Big Canoe and plied the waters of Lake Memphremagog and camped on secluded beaches and their own deserted island. Swords were carved, stories shared, bad jokes told, and memories made. Unfortunately, no buried treasure was found.

VT Community Foundation Grant Connects Student Scientists to Wildlife Refuge

By |May 10th, 2016|

Thanks to a grant from the VT Community Foundation, Charleston 4/5th Graders visited NWR Biologist Rachel Cliche and learned about her use of winter track transects to study the Refuge’s endangered Canada Lynx population. Students then worked with Siskin to collect their own data using winter track transects on school grounds. Students then analyzed their […]

2nd Annual Long Paddle Camp Dates Announced

By |December 21st, 2015|

Last summer’s first ever Long Paddle Camp saw 6 amazing campers paddle the length of VT on the CT River. If 243 miles, 11 portages, 99,000 paddle strokes, 17 rope swings. 35 paddle eagles, and countless river memories sounds like sounds like a great way to spend two weeks, contact us for more details about […]

Adventures in Ecology

By |December 21st, 2015|

Cabot students carve spoons as part of Siskin’s Leadership in Ecology program. The program began with Cabot’s 7th and 8th grade students using dichotomous keys to identify tree species in the forest behind their school. Next, students used annotated field notebooks to recorded human and wildlife uses for each tree species. The lesson then culminated […]