Explore the High Tide Trail

Follow this self-guided trail all the way to Long Wharf to learn about Boston's changing coastline, and how sea level rise will impact our city in the future.

A view of snow covered mountains

Connecting & Refreshing at NSTA

In late March, Rebecca Shoer (Stone Living Lab), Elisabeth Colby (National Parks of Boston), and Holly Rosa (Boston Public Schools) joined thousands of science educators in Denver for the 2024 National Science Teaching Association Conference!

SLL Managing Director Featured in Panel Discussion on Threats of Climate Change

View a panel discussion about the threats of climate change, featuring Stone Living Lab Managing Director Joe Christo.

03/11/2024 | Education

Teacher Institute – Application Deadline Extended!

Apply by March 17 for our 2024 Institute!

2024 Teacher Institute Applications Open!

Applications are now open for our 2024 Summer Teacher Institute!

12/31/2023 | Conference, Education

Education & Engagement: 2023 In Review

Learn what our education & engagement team were up to in 2023. Happy New Year!

The photos that helped us tell the stories of 2023 | WBUR

WBUR caught this stunning photo of Rebecca Shoer, our Senior Program Manager for Education and Engagement discussing wicked high tides with students at Long Wharf in November 2023.

Cobble Berm Monitoring Project Update: Completion of Year One

78 unique individuals representing 41 different organizations across the Commonwealth took part in the first year of our educational field trips this summer.

Wicked High Tides are coming to Boston!

This fall, Boston will experience a spectacular tidal event: the Perigean Spring Tides (also called King Tides). These “wicked high tides” result in high tides that are 2-4 feet higher than normal. This natural phenomenon occurs a few times each year, and gives us a window into how sea level rise will soon start affecting our daily lives.