School Programs  

To schedule your class visit: 


Call the Waterman Center at 607-625-2221 or email:  info AT watermancenter.org

Each school year, Waterman naturalists examine our programs to make sure they fit within the school curriculum needs. Each of our off-site programs is re-evaluated to ensure that we present the type of quality programs we have become known for over the years.

Scheduling Information: 
 

Please call Waterman soon to arrange for your class to visit. If you are unsure as to which class would be best for your group, we will be glad to make suggestions, or to custom-make a program just for you. (To check our availability, visit our Calendar of Events page.)

 

In School Visits: 
 

Waterman Center recognizes that it is often difficult for schools to come out to Waterman. With this in mind, several of the programs listed can be taken to your school. An additional mileage fee will be added for in-school presentations.

Waterman Center's Wildlife Refuges: 


Waterman Conservation Education Center's mission is to promote conservation education and outdoor recreation activities. The "Center" manages five unique properties:

  1. Brick Pond Wetland Preserve is located on East Front Street in Owego, NY.

  2. Apalachin Marsh is a 50-acre wetland between the east and west lanes of NYS 17, west of Apalachin, NY.

  3. Hiawatha Island is the largest Island in the Susquehanna River in New York State. It is located east of Owego, NY.

  4. The IBM Glen Educational Preserve offers 3.6 miles of paved and unpaved hiking trails. It is located on Robinson Hill Rd in Endwell.

  5. The Waterman Conservation Interpretive Center is located off of route 434 on Hilton Road in Apalachin, NY.


We are dedicated to offering you, the teacher, the most energetic, concise and informative school programs to supplement your classes. We will work closely with you to adapt any of our programs to meet your special needs. We have a deep commitment to the education of children.

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