Innovative Education and Science

The Stone Living Lab Education and Community Engagement Program is developing innovative education and science programs that facilitate inclusive hands-on research activities and place-based education. Whether you are an educator, student, researcher, or a community member looking to participate in scientific studies, we invite you to find out more.

Funding for the education program was generously provided by the JAMES M. AND CATHLEEN D. STONE FOUNDATION, THE CABOT CORPORATION, and the national park foundation.
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A group of people led by a Park Ranger walking down a path towards the camera.
Summer Teacher Institute

Each summer, the Stone Living Lab and National Parks of Boston host Boston-area teachers for a week-long program focused on climate change and place-based learning. Find out more and stay tuned for updates from our participants!

Pop-up Programming

Our mobile Climate Cart activities let us bring the Lab all over the city, to community events, farmers markets, visitor centers, and more! Explore our activities and try them at home yourself by downloading a lesson guide from our Activity Library, or request the Cart at your next event.

Get Involved Now! Coastal Science

We are working with residents, classrooms, and community groups to investigate how climate change is affecting Boston and what kinds of strategies we can use to adapt to these changes. Click the button below to learn more about our projects and how to get involved.

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Stone Living Lab Education Workshop

This all-day workshop includes a morning of virtual lightning talks and discussion, and an in-person collaboration and networking session. Watch recordings of the lightning talks and explore supplemental resources here!