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For service learning and field trips, find contact information on each reservation's information page.
Trustees’ reservations make a dynamic classroom where your students can experience nature and history firsthand.
We’ve got endless opportunities for young people – individuals or groups – who want to learn while contributing their time and talent to their community. From creating a quest about local history to monitoring bluebird nest boxes, our educators can help you develop a project that combines hands-on learning with a powerful sense of giving back.
With reservations in more than 70 communities across Massachusetts, we have a learning destination near you. Walk in the footsteps of the Minutemen, trek through a forest and learn why the leaves change color, visit a working farm, tour the house where Ralph Waldo Emerson wrote “Nature,” or follow the African American Heritage Trail through the Housatonic River Valley.
Internships & Apprenticeships
Help us help you. Get hands-on experience and build your resume with internships and apprenticeships indoors or out.