Schoodic Institute exists in a close public-private partnership with Acadia National Park. The Institute supports science and education throughout the Park and the region, creates innovative partnerships, and manages the Schoodic Education and Research Center campus. Schoodic Institute is a regional catalyst for ecosystem research and education, linked to Acadia’s powerful opportunity to reach millions of visitors.
Education and research at Schoodic Institute are deliberately intertwined, with experts, students, and participants of all ages contributing and learning through innovative Citizen Science projects.
Programs at Schoodic Institute focus on improving knowledge of and interest in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) while connecting people of all ages to nature through both art and research that informs natural resource managers in a time of rapid environmental change.
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