Boys & Girls Club Partnership

Kids need time outdoors to explore, play, imagine, and engage all of their senses. When a child's curiosity is sparked, learning comes naturally. This year we have partnered with the Boys & Girls Club of the North Country to use ACT's protected lands as an outdoor classroom to connect young people with nature.

Children from the Boys & Girls Club have hiked to the ledges at Cooley-Jericho to enjoy the views; discovered signs of moose, bear, and coyotes on the trails; learned about monarch butterflies and milkweed at Whipple Field; explored beaver ponds; and studied water quality on the Gale River. 

The Littleton Courier recently published a wonderful front-page article about our Stream Safari program.  Click here to read the article, and check out our Facebook page for photos!

You can help support our programs for local kids by donating to ACT today!